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THE HOME 




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MONOGRAM FEATI IlES 
Rental 4.50 



Campus Rhythm 



With Johnny Downs, Gale Storm, Robert 
Lowery, Claudia Drake. A missing singing 
star, known as the Crunchy-Wunchy Thrush, 
turns up as a student at college, who pinch 
hits in the college musical show contest. The 
hucksters, never missing a trick, descend on 
the campus like a bunch of locusts and recap- 
ture their missing Thrush. 

Running Time — 63 Minutes 




"Cosmo Jones" in 
The Crime Smasher 

With Edgar Kennedy, Richard Cromwell, Gale 
Storm, Mantan Moreland, Frank Graham as 
"Cosmo Jones." The delightfully dippy detec- 
tive of radio fame, comes to the screen to 
completely baffle the police with his clever, 
correspondence-school detection. Regardless of 
what they think of him, Cosmo Jones goes his 
daffy way, solving crimes and apprehending 
criminals. 

Running Time — 62 Minutes 




Follow the Leader 

With The East Side Kids, Joan Marsh, Jack 
La Rue. The East Side Kids are grown up and 
Muggs and Glimpy clean cut soldiers. Home 
on furlough, they run into some shenanigans 
for which one of the gang has been unjustly 
accused. Valuable medical supplies are the 
crux of the matter; and The East Side Kids 
with their usual aggressiveness and vigor, 
make for an exciting comedy. 

Running Time — 64 Minutes 




Ghosts on the Loose 

With The East Side Kids, Ava Gardner, Bela 
Lugosi, Rick Vallin. A cottage bought for a 
wedding gift, an enemy agent, an illegal print- 
ing press and a secret passage, are enough to 
make things complicated, but add The East 
Side Kids to the formula and things really go 
haywire for an hilarious comedy. 

Running Time — 65 Minutes 




MOXOGRAM FEATURES 

Rental 4.50 



Here Comes Kelly 

With Eddie Quillan, Joan Woodbury, Maxie 
Rosenbloom, Armida, Ian Keith. Quick tem- 
pered, irrepressible Jimmy Kelly can't hold a 
job for more than two months at a time, but 
becoming a process server is just up his alley, 
as it leads him into a succession of riotous ex- 
periences that will keep you in stitches. 

Rumiins Time — 64 Mi mitt's 




Isle of Missing Men 

With John Howard, Helen Gilbert, Gilbert 
Roland, Alan Mowbray. Coming to a remote 
penal colony of men proved to be a dangerous 
and desperate journey to a woman, trying to 
help her husband escape. She accomplished her 
mission only to see him killed just as freedom 
was in sight. Here is a tense, action filled, 
emotional drama. 

Running Time — 67 Minutes 




Million Dollar Kid 

With The East Side Kids, Noah Beery, Iris 
Adrian. Led by that fearsome foursome, The 
East Side Kids, the gang crosses the other side 
of the tracks to get themselves into a predica- 
ment, out of which only the lucky could ex- 
tricate themselves. The Kids, however, do a 
good turn to an indulgent millionaire father 
and are repaid with a peck of titillating trouble. 

Running Time — 65 Minutes 




Mr. Muggs Steps Out 

With The East Side Kids, Joan Marsh, Noah 
Beery. America's favorite rascals, The East 
Side Kids, cook up a mess of complications, 
which only they themselves could untangle. 
Muggs McGinnis (Leo Gorcey) is the spark- 
plug for apprehending jewelry thieves and kid- 
nappers, all mixed up in an hilarious pot pourri 
of fun and entertainment. 

Running Time — 64 Minutes 




MONOGRAM FEATURES 

Rental 4.50 



Melody Parade 



With Mary Beth Hughes, Eddie Quillan, Tim 
and Irene, Mantan Moreland, Armida, Anson 
Weeks and his Orchestra plus Ted Fio Rito 
and his Orchestra. The show always goes on* 
Sometimes they succeed and sometimes they 
don't. This show can't help clicking with a 
roster of revue entertainment, which is a lavish 
melange of songs, dances, and fun for all. 

Runnine; Time — 73 Minutes 




The Mystery of the 13th Guest 

With Helen Parrish, Dick Purcell, Tim Ryan, 
Frank Faylan. Thirteen years after the death 
of a man, thirteen guests, all members of the 
family, gather in a musty old house, to hear a 
reading of his will by his granddaughter. Un- 
explained murders and eerie events take place 
before the authorities uncover the murderer 
and the motive. 

Running Time — 61 Minutes 




Nearly Eighteen 



With Gale Storm, Bill Henry, Rick Vallin, 
Luis Alberni. Eighteen is the legal age for a 
person to be independent of parental responsi- 
bility. But what happens when a person with 
a great deal of talent has a chance to launch 
a singing career and is just "nearly eighteen"? 
What happens to the charming Gale Storm are 
a lot of complications and teen age problems 
all of which are resolved happily when her J8th 
birthday comes around. In the meantime there 
is fun and frolic. 

Running Time — 61 Minutes 




No Escape 



With Dean Jagger, John Carradine, Mary 
Brian, Billy Henry, Sidney Blackmer, Ian Keith. 
The ever vigilant FBI pits its well organized 
wits against a ruthless and cunning gang of 
counterfeiters and saboteurs. An unwilling 
member of the gang reveals the inner secrets 
of its activities, but not before you've wit- 
nessed a drama in which there was no escape 
for one man. 

Runnine Time — 75 Minutes 




MOV4M.lt YM FEATURES 
Rental 4.50 



Prison Mutiny 



With Edward Norris, Joan Woodbury, Jack La 
Rue. A prison is a tough, realistic world and 
it takes a man of great courage, unjustly im- 
prisoned, to work out his life under such cir- 
cumstances. Justice hammered on an anvil of 
truth ultimately finds its way. 

Running Time — 61 Minutes 




Rhythm Parade 



With N. T. G. (Nils T. Granlund) and the 
Florentine Gardens Revue, Gale Storm, Robert 
Lowery, Cliff Nazarro, The Mills Brothers, 
Ted Fio Rito and his Orchestra. Music, fun 
and laughter all wound together in a story plot 
of a singer trying to make a Broadway show. 
Adding confusion to confusion there is the 
cutest little eight month baby named Sparkie, 
who is the object of affection and the clue to a 
misunderstanding. The night club background 
affords a welter of song-spangled entertain- 
ment. 

Running Time — TO Minutes 




Revenge of the Zombies 

With John Carradine, Robert Lowery, Gale 
Storm, Veda Ann Borg, Mantan Moreland. 
Transgressing the world of the dead is danger- 
ous business and this story performs the 
difficult deed in a fascinating manner. An 
unscrupulous physician has accomplished the 
impossible by bringing the dead back to the 
half-world between life and death, subject to 
his will alone. Retribution for this unnatural 
phenomenon is finally his, as his own creation 
drags him to his doom. 

Running Time — 61 Minutes 




Smart Guy 



With Rick Vallin, Veda Ann Borg, Bobby 
Larson, Wanda McKay, Jack La Rue. Some- 
times a press agent's client gets to believe in 
his own ballyhoo and becomes what his pub- 
licity says he is. In this case it's a gambler, 
charged with manslaughter, who pays his pen- 
alty, but gains the love and affection of a 
newsboy whom he adopts for publicity sake, 
but learns to love for his own sake. It's a 
heartwarming, humanitarian story. 

Running Time — 64 Minutes 




MOXOGRAM FEATURES 

Rental 4.50 



Silent Witness 

With Frank Albertson, Evelyn Brent, Jack 
Mulhall, Ace (Shepherd Dog). Ruthless rac- 
keteers know only the law of the gun and woe 
to him who betrays them. Their audacity 
reached even the District Attorney, whose life 
they took. It was a silent witness, however, 
who eventually brought them to justice. Ace, 
the faithful dog of the D.A,, who remembered 
his master's murderers, forced a confession. 

Running Time — 62 Minutes 




Silver Skates 

"With Kenny Baker, Belita, Irene Dare, Ted 
Fio Rito and Orchestra. A sparkling spectacle 
of scintillating skaters, is this motion picture 
ice show. Leading them all is Belita, queen of 
the ice world; golden voiced Kenny Baker; 
glamorous Patricia Morison; Frick and Frack, 
world famous skating clowns; Eugene Turner, 
U. S. Figure Skating Champion; Irene Dare, 
amazing darling of the rink. Built around an 
entertaining and clean cut story, this film is 
really a dainty dish of skates and song. 

Running Time — 75 Minutes 




Spy Train 



With Richard Travis, Catherine Craig, Chick 
Chandler, Evelyn Brent. With danger as the 
destination, the whole action of this thriller 
takes place on a train. A beautiful girl inno- 
cently involved in the machinations of a spy 
ring, and a news correspondent, with his pho- 
tographer, break up what might have led to 
serious repercussions. 

Running Time — 61 Minutes 




Sarong Girl 



With Ann Corio, Tim and Irene Ryan, Mantan 
Moreland, Bill Henry, Johnny "Scat" Davis. 
A show-girl bombshell hits the screen in a 
riotous musical romance. With two men on her 
mind and one of the nation's top swing bands 
to keep her stepping the result is film fun at 
its best. 

Running Time — 63 Minutes 




M0>04.IC \>l FEATURES 
Rental 4.50 



The Unknown Guest 

With Victor Jory, Pamela Blake, Veda Ann 
Borg, Harvey Hayden. Designed with all the 
mastery of an Edgar Allen Poe story, this pic- 
ture maintains its suspense to the very last 
moment, ending in a surprise twist. The occu- 
pancy of a vacated hunting lodge by a strange 
man, leads to suspicion of him as a possible 
murderer. A lovely girl is fascinated by him 
as an unknown horror almost overtakes he*. 
Suspense is supreme. 

Running Time — 64 Minutes 




Wings Over the Pacific 

With Inez Cooper, Edward Norris, Montague 
Love, Robert Armstrong. In an idyllic setting 
on a South Sea Island, there is a desperate 
struggle between two fliers, both of whom have 
crashed. Not only do they fight for the only 
white girl on the island, but they contend for 
control of the island for their governments in 
a high tension drama. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 




Dawn on the Great Divide 

(Based on a James Oliver Curwood story) with 
Buck Jones, Rex Bell, Raymond Hatton, Mona 
Barrie. Bringing the railroad to the west 
brought with it a struggle between outlaws, 
who preferred the frontier wide open, and 
those who came with the roads bringing with 
them law and order. A saga of our early 
American history. 

Running Time — 70 Minutes 




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MOMH.lt \ M FEATURES 
Rental 3.50 



A St»ries o# Three 

TRAIL BLAZERS 

with 

KEN MAYNARD and HOOT GIBSON 

Running Time — Approx. 60 Minutes 

Wild Horse Stampede 

With Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson, Betty Miles, 
Ian Keith. Two of the greatest cowboys of all 
time are teamed up in a rousing, rough riding 
western, in which the recovery of a herd of 
army horses is the central theme. Not only are 
the horses found, but the outlaws are tracked 
to their lair and wiped out in a bursting gun 
battle. 




The Law Rides Again 



"With Ken Maynatd, Hoot Gibson, Jack La Rue, Betty Miles. The Trail Blazers, Ken Maynard 
and Hoot Gibson really run into a tough one. Indians on the warpath, attack a stage, while 
an outlaw used as a decoy, doublecrosses the cowboys, only to lead them again to the root of 
the Indian trouble. The U. S. Cavalry climax a rip roaring fight between the law and the 
bandits. 

Blazing Guns 

With Ken Maynard, Hoot Gibson. A lawless town which wasn't big enough for two previous 
U. S. Marshals, proves to be no match for those two trigger pals, Ken Maynard and Hoot 
Gibson. Not only do they outwit the outlaws, but they make some of the gang turn their 
guns on their former cohorts in a smashing gun battle. 




A Series of Four 
Musical Westerns 

RANGE BUSTERS 

with 

JOHN (Dusty) KING 

DAVID (Davy) SHARPE 

MAX (Alibi) TERHUNE 

Running Time — Approx. 60 Minutes 

Texas to Bataan 

With John (Dusty) King, David (Davy) 
Sharpe, Max (Alibi) Terhune, Marjorie Man- 
ning. A special mission takes the Range Bus- 
ters off home ground and to the Philippines to deliver 400 head of horses. But they don't 
lack for hard-riding, hard action thrills, with the highlight a terrific fight with a Bolo-knife- 
wielding enemy. For the lighter moments there are some highly delectable songs of the West, 
a ventriloquist and daredevil Davy Sharpe. 

Trail Riders 

With John (Dusty) King, David Sharpe, Max (Alibi) Terhune, Kermit Maynard. With 
typical Range Buster dispatch, the gang busting trio are on the trail once again as they bring 
to justice outlaws, respectable and otherwise, in a blaze of terrific action and excitement. 

Two Fisted Justice 

With John (Dusty) King, David Sharpe, Max (Alibi) Terhune. The swashbuckling trio of 
Range Busters are sent to Dry Gulch to clean out a nest of thieves and this time Alibi's 
ventriloquism is more than just entertainment. The bandits are "gun crazy" but are wiped 
out in two fisted style. 

Haunted Ranch 

With John (Dusty) King, David Sharpe, Max (Alibi) Terhune, Rex Lease. Tracking down 
a bandit is tough enough, but when it's his ghost that has to be caught, the Range Busters 
are really stumped. It turns out however, that a song played on an organ, proves to be the 
clue to hoard of gold stolen from the U. S. mint. 



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MOMM.ICA.il FEATURES 
Rental 3.50 



A Svi'ies oi Six 

U. S. MARSHALS 

with 

JOHNNY MACK BROWN 

RAYMOND HATTON 

Running Time — Approx. (iO Minutes 




The Stranger from Pecos 



With Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Kirby Grant, Christine Mclntyre. A gang of 
thieves, including a ruthless sheriff and a town's banker, against a pair of U. S. Marshals 
creates a desperate situation. But the Marshals know how to handle outlaws and they wind 
up a rousing, riotous battle the right way. 

The Ghost Rider 

With Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Beverly Boyd. Out for revenge, the Ghost 
Rider has his own way of handling outlaws, only to find that he has an ally in an undercover 
U. S. Marshal. Together they really do a job and break up a nest of gangsters who are on the 
verge of taking over the whole town. For action and hard hitting western entertainment, ride 
along with the "Ghost Rider." 



Six Gun Gospel 



With Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, lona Gest. Under the guise of travelling 
preachers, the U. S. Marshals this time are able to track down a murderous gang of gold 
hijackers. Thrill packed with rough riding action. 



Outlaws of Stampede Pass 



With Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Ellen Hall, Charles King. This thrill crammed 
western is focused around a gang who resort to "fixed" card games and cattle rustling. But 
our trusty pair of U. S. Marshals take a hand in matters and wind up a situation in a whirl- 
wind finish. 

The Texas Kid 

With Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Kermit Maynard. Stagecoach riders, a juicy 
payrool and an adventurous character known as the "Texas Kid" are involved in a galloping 
gamut of western gun play. For the addicts of "hoss opry" this is a good bill of fare. 

Raiders of the Border 

With Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Craig Woods. Jewels and cattle are a far cry 
from each other, but they have a definite link in the illegal traffic across the Mexican border 
— the cattle into Mexico and the jewels into the U. S. How the puzzle is solved makes tip top 
entertainment. 



FEATURES 

Rental 4.50 



The Kid from Kansas 

Stars Dick Foran, Leo Carrillo and Andy 
Devine. 

A hurricane hombre from Kansas sweeps into 
the tropics on the trail of terrorists. A cyclone 
of sledge-fisted action. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 




Easy to Look At 

Stars Gloria Jean, Kirby Grant, Eric Blore 
and J. Edward Bromberg. Songs by the 
Delta Rhythm Boys. 

Songs so easy on the ear, honeys so teasin* on 
the eyes, lovin' so pleasing on the heart* 
Running Time — 60 Minutes 




Men of the Timberland 

Stars Richard Arlen, Andy Devine, Linda 
Hayes and Francis McDonald. 

Terror stalks the tall timbers as a Ranger 
trails merciless men. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 




She Gets Her Man 

Stars Joan Davis, William Gargan, Leon 

Errol and a great cast. 

Playing a great dual role, this famous screen 
and radio comedienne convulses audiences 
when she tracks down a murderer as only 
Joan Davis could solve a crime. An exciting 
and hilarious comedy! 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 




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Rental 4.50 



Hi, Good Looking 

Stars Kirby Grant, Fuzzy Knight, Harriet 
Hilliard, Eddie Quillan, Ozzie Nelson, Jack 
Teagarden and Orchestras. 

Introducing the great hit song 
"PAPER DOLL" 

A laugh-provoking and tuneful musical with 
great comedy situations in and around a movie 
studio and a radio station. 

Running Time — GO Minutes 



Raiders of the Dessert 

Stars Maria Montez, Richard Arlen, Andy 
Devine and Turhan Bey. 

Excitement, comedy and breath-taking 
suspense combine to provide a full measure of 
fast-moving entertainment in an Arabian 
setting when two Yankees lead the defense of 
a city attacked by warrior tribes. 

Kunninff Time — GO Minutes 





March of the Wooden Soldiers 

The combination of Laurel and Hardy's 
rollicking comedy with pulsating music, fan- 
tastic sets and superb singing, makes a picture 
that can be enjoyed by anybody. In this fea- 
ture, Laurel and Hardy again don costumes 
that differ from their orthodox baggy suits 
and derbies. They are two apprentice toy- 
makers, who in their sincere but wild attempts 
to get the Widow Peep, who lived in "The 
Shoe," and her daughter, Bo Peep, out of the 
clutches of Toyland's villian, Barnaby, involve 
themselves in a series of hilarious events that 
at times turns the operetta into a screamingly 
funny comedy. 



Cast 

Stanley Dum Stan Laurel 

Oliver Dee Oliver Hardy 

Bo-Peep Charlotte Henry 

Tom-Tom Felix Knight 

Barnaby Henry Kleinbach 

Widow Peep Florence Roberts 

Santa Claus Ferdinand Munier 

Toymaker William Burress 

Mother Goose Virginia Karns 

HOME SHOWING— $7.50 




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FEATURES 



Melody for Three 

Casts Jean Hersholt as Dr. Christian supported 
by Fay Wray, Walter Woolf King, Toscha 
Seidel, Astrid Allwyn, Schuyler Standish. 
Based on the famous radio program. The doctor 
clears up a marital malady with melody and 
uncovers a youthful genius who also turns out 
to be a regular guy. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 

RENTAL— $3.50 




Adventures of Chico 

The "Adventures of Chico" is a tender and beautiful picture. It is the story of a lonely 
Mexican boy named Chico and his animal friends. His favorite animal friend is a little 
Paisano bird. One day Chico lies down for a short siesta. As he sleeps, a six-foot diamond 
back rattler and its mate approach. The little eight-ounce bird bravely goes forth to fight the 
deadly snakes. So furious is the little bird's attack that the smaller rattler retreats, but the 
six-foot serpent coils for battle. The little bird accepts the challenge. He claws, lunges and 
feints and finally the snake lies dead at his feet. A most unusual film, humane, appealing and 
sympathetic, 

RENTAL— $2.95 



Running Time— 60 Minutes 



The Man Who Lost Himself 

Starring Brian Aherne, Kay Francis, Henry Stephenson, S. Z. Sakall, Nils Asther, Sig Ru- 
mann, Dorothy Tree, Janet Beecher and Marc Lawrence. 

They looked alike but they didn't love alike. The merriest mixup ever imagined. She's not 
herself and he's two other guys. 

Imagine this happening to you! Just imagine suddenly finding a "cutie" in your life ♦ ♦ . plus 
a very loving wife ♦ ♦ . and not even knowing you had either. That is exactly what happens 
to Brian Aherne in "The Man Who Lost Himself." It's the most original, most delightful 
comedy you'll see in a long time. And now . . . imagine the wife's predicament! She's con- 
fronted with two husbands . . . and doesn't know which is which. Its all about a lucky chap 
who gets into a double trouble with his double's wife. 

Running Time— 80 Minutes RENTAL— $4.50 



North Sea Patrol 

Starring Geoffrey Toone, Judy Kelly, and 
John Wood in an action packed drama 
based upon World War II, with authentic 
scenes of the British Navy in action. A tense 
mystery of daring and resourceful spies. 

RENTAL— $2.95 



The Oklahoma Cyclone 

Featuring Bob Steele, Rita Rey, Al St. John, 
in a fast action Western thriller. A large 
supporting cast and wholesome story com- 
bines to make this a top notch cowboy film. 

RENTAL— $2.95 



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Racing Blood 



An action-packed horse racing story dis- 
playing the youthful ambition of a young 
man to become a jockey. 
The racing blood of this individual is shown 
in the final scenes of this picture. The thrill- 
ing action of this film stars Frankie Darro, 
Kane Richmond and Gladys Blake. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 

RENTAL— $2.95 



True Glory 

This is an epic picture of the "True Glory" 
of the armed forces of the United States, 
Great Britain and other Allied armies. This 
film outlines the entire action of "World "War 
II. Gives the reasons for the various plans 
of action and their results. 

This is the most comprehensive film cov- 
erage on World War II available. 

Kunning Time — 60 Minutes 
RENTAL— $2.95 



City Without Men 

Stars Linda Darnell, Edgar Buchanan, 
Michael Duane, Glenda Farrell and Sarah 
Allgood in an action drama. 
This is the story of a man awaiting his 
commission as an ensign in the U. S. Navy, 
when he becomes entangled with Japanese 
spies. Plenty of suspense and action before 
this one ends. 

RENTAL— $3^0 



The Ape Man 



Features Bela Lugosi, Wallace Ford, Henry 
Hall and Jack Mulhall. 
This is a tense drama of two doctors and 
their scientific experiments that terminate 
in the transformation of one of these doc- 
tors (Bela Lugosi) into an ape-man. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 

RENTAL— 53.50 



Desert Victory 

A sixty minute documentary film of the 
British 8th Army's decisive victory over 
Rommel's forces in North Africa. Truly a 
great film. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 

RENTAL— $2.95 



Call of the Wilderness 

This is a very unusual film displaying the 
life and daily routine of sheepherders. 
Some of the most thrilling scenes ever photo- 
graphed are in this picture. The battle be- 
tween a deadly snake and a wolf dog, the 
battle between a mountain lion and sheep- 
herder, anc the final scene, a terrific battle 
between the mountain lion and wolf dog. 
A picture so different it should not be 
missed. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 
RENTAL^$3.50 

Phantom Patrol 

A James Oliver Curwood story depicting 
the bravery and hardships of the famous 
Northwest Mounted Police. Full of action 
and tension. Features Kermit Maynard and 
Joan Barcley. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 
RENTAL— $2.95 



Anything for a Thrill 

Frankie Darro, Kane Richmond and June 
Johnson in a thrilling action picture depict- 
ing the dramatic assignments of a newsreel 
cameraman. 

A tense roof-top struggle speeds the finale 
of thb fast-moving drama. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 
RENTAL— $2.95 



Black Gold 

The setting for this picture is the oil fields 
of the Southwest. 

Frankie Darro and Roy Mason star as the 
potentially rich oil well owners. 

The struggle for possession of this property 
against the scheming of the land owner is 
full of tension and desperation. The ending 
is favorable, "Truth will out." 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 
RENTAL— $2.95 

Neath Brooklyn Bridge 

A Monogram production presenting the 
"East Side Kids" (Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jor- 
dan, Huntz Hall) with Noah Beery, Jr. and 
Marc Lawrence. This top-notch picture is 
packed with humor, devotion and surprising 
action. A fast-moving drama about an 
every day struggle to keep on the straight 
and narrow path. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 
RENTAL— $3^0 



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Easy Money 



This film deals with the exposure of a fake 
accident ring through a murder which is 
solved by a piece of twine. Exciting ad- 
venture. 

Onslow Stevens, Noel Madison and Kay 
Linaker are the featured players. 

RENTAL— $2.95 



Laughing at Life 

Stars Victor McLaglen, Bill Boyd, Noah 
Beery, Henry Armetta, Frankie Darro. 
The exciting story of a group of civil en- 
gineers in Panama who quelled revolutions 
and captured a gang of gun runners. 

RENTAL- -$2.95 



Africa Speaks 



Photographed by the eminent explorer, Paul 
L. Hoefler, this film is a thrilling documen- 
tary record of life in the dark continent. 
The story of the strange native races, the 
wild life, the jungle, all make for excellent 
film fare. 

RENTAL— $2.% 

Reaching for the Moon 

Here is the immortal, devil may-care Doug- 
las Fairbanks as an adventurer in Wall 
Street, a modern cavalier of big business 
battling for billions with the bears and bulls 
of the money mart. Played with his tradi- 
tional speed and gusto. It's a three-mile- 
a-minute tornado of action, fun and high 
jinks with the one and only Fairbanks out- 
smarting the financial giants and society 
romeos in an adaptation of Irving Berlin's 
musical comedy hit. 

Features Douglas Fairbanks, Bing Crosby, 
Bebe Daniels and Edward Everett Horton. 

RENTAL $3.50 



Jive Junction 

Stars Dickie Moore, Tina Thayer, Gerra 
Young. 

When a teen-age musician of great talent 
finds himself in a world of Jive and Hep- 
cats, his only solution is to do as they do. 
The resulting swing band, Junior Canteen 
and bang-up show-mixed with a little ro- 
mance, suspense and gobs of music and fun, 
in a screen bill-of-fare th.it is swell for the 
whole family. 

Here is a charming picture about the "in- 
between" youngsters. 

RENTAL— $2.% 



Lady from Chungking 

This story of sabotage and guerilla warfare 
against the Japanese invaders by the indes- 
tructible Chinese is distinguished by sin- 
cerity and outstanding acting. 

Stars Anna May Wong, Harold Huber and 
Mae Clarke. 

RENTAL $3.50 



The Black Raven 

Who was the Black Raven? You will chill, 
you will thrill . . . you will shudder before 
you find out in this peer of mystery stories. 

Stars George Zucco, Noel Madison and 
Wanda McKay. 

RENTAL $3.50 



Boss Foreman 

A gay comedy full of laughter and slap- 
happy situations, based around a construc- 
tion foreman who becomes involved in 
murder. 

Stars Henry Armetta and Iris Meredith. 

RENTAL $3.50 



Fisherman's Wharf 

A quaint, simple and poignant story of a 
boy and his father, and their great compan- 
ionship that even a pretty, but intriguing, 
woman could not destroy. Released through 
RKO and stars Bobby Breen, Leo Carillo 
and Henry Armetta. 

RENTAL $3.50 



The Ghost and the Guest 

Stars James Dunn. 

Imagine a honeymoon with a hangman 
. . . and a houseful of cops and corpses 
cluttering your love nest! That's the 
riotous recipe for romance that's handed 
to these two innocents as a wedding gift. 
They arrive expecting to find a charming 
country house but instead it's a ghost house 
with an unexpected guest in every room. 
Milt Gross wrote the story and filled it 
with eerie-cheery laughs that chase the 
thrills up your spine. 

P.S. The wedding gift WAS a charming 
country house . . . right across the road. 

RENTAL $3.50 



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Ring Around the Moon 

The cast includes Donald Cook, Erin 
O'Brien Moore and Alan Edwards. A pow- 
erful screen version of Vere Hobart's so- 
phisticated novel of Park Avenue pets, 
newspaper-row rowdies and working girls 
whom heaven forgot to protect. A decidedly 
new kind of love story. 

RENTAL— $2,95 



23 * 2 Hours Leave 

Stars Ward Bond, James Ellison, Terry 
Walker, Morgan Hill and Arthur Lake. 

The comedy classic of the irrepressible ser- 
geant on leave. Good, clean comedy. 

Running Time — To Minutes 
RENTAL— 52.95 



I Accuse My Parents 

Starring Mary Beth Hughes and Robert 
Lowell. Standing before the court accused 
of murder, young James Wilson, points to 
his parents, "I accuse my parents" — and 
then tells his story. Neglect, indifference, 
lack of interest by parents in a young boy 
showing a keen intelligence and a bright 
future, leads to a series of incidents which 
could have been avoided. 

Running Time — To Minutes 

RENTAL— 52.95 



Fatal Hour 

Starring Boris Karloff, Marjorie Reynolds 
and Grant Withers in a James Lee Wong, 
famous Chinese detective, mystery. 

Running Time — TO Minute** 
RENTAL--S2.95 



How Do-o-o-o You Do ? 

Starring Bert Gordon (The Mad Russian;. 
Harry Von Zell and Ella Mae Morse (The 
Boogie Woogie Girl). A mad merry cast of 
radio's top stars cavort in the glorious lux- 
ury of Palm Springs, playing the lead roles in 
a romantic mystery. There's a disappearing 
corpse, which reappears in the oddest place 
and a tantalizinely elusive Romeo. You've 
heard the "Mad Russian" over the air waves 
and laughed at his outstanding humor, now 
you can see him keep the fun going at 
fever pitch throughout the whole film. There 
are lots of songs sung by Ella Mae Morse 
with such hits as "Boogie Woogie Cindy," 
and many others. Don't miss this laugh 
filled film! Hear and see your too radio 
funsters in "How Do-o-o You Do?*' 

Running Time — 83 Minutes 

RENTAL— $2.95 



Range Law 



Ken Maynard is the featured star of this 
fast-moving western thriller ably supported 
by Frances and Frank Mayo. 

Running Time — 60 Minutes 

RENTAL— $2.95 



Murder at the Baskervilles 

A thrilling Sherlock Holmes story. Suspense 
and thrills to the very end. 
Fine entertainment. 

Running Time — 66 Minute-- 

RENTAL— $2.95 



Monsoon 

Starring John CarradLne, Gale Sondegaard 
and Sidney Toler. This is a rollicking ad- 
venture story of the South Seas. A sunken 
ship, with a treasure in gold aboard, is the 
hub around which occur a series of exciting 
incidents. The rivals attempt a deep-sea 
diving expedition to recover the treasure, 
but a raging hurricane nullifies their efforts, 
sweeping everything in its path in a huge 
tidal wave. Pure fiction, but exciting enter- 
tainment. 

Running Time s l- Minutes 

RENTAL— $2.95 



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Trigger Pals 



Features Art Jarrett in one of his famous 

musical western roles. 

Some fine western songs make this picture 

a real treat. 

60 Minutes RENTAL— $2.95 

Six Gun Rhythm 

This is a fast-moving musical western story 
starring Tex Fletcher as a real cowboy hero. 
The action-packed ending provides a thrill 
for any audience. 
(i(> Minutes RENTAL— $2.95 

The Lone Avenger 

A fast-moving western story featuring Ken 
Maynard and a large western cast* Backed 
with plenty of action and thrills, 

60 Minutes RENTAL— $2.95 



Heart of the West 

William Boyd, James Ellison, Gabby Hayes, 
Sidney Blackmer. It takes a rope, a six-gun 
and Hopalong to restore peace in Lawless 
Valley while he teaches a tenderfoot some 
Western tricks about love and range-war. 
RENTAL— $4.50 



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Trail 



on a 

William Boyd, James Ellison, Gabby Hayes, 
Muriel Evans. The West's greatest racket- 
buster, Hcpalong Cassidy, puts crime on 
the spot and justice in the saddle when 
he turns the tables on a bunch of tough 
Western hombres. 

RENTAL— $4.50 



Hopalong Cassidy Enters 



This action-packed western stars the famous Bill Boyd, supported by James Ellison and 

"Gabby" Hayes. A thrill a minute is provided by the quick triggered "Hopalong." 

A western story that the entire family will enjoy. go Minutes RENTAL — $4,50 



Stagecoach War 



Top notch western with William Boyd, Russell 
Hayden and Harvey Stevens. 
Boyd and Hayden volunteer to help Mac Don- 
ald save his stage line when his franchise runs 
out and Harvey Stephens plans to take over 
from there on to a rousing climax, there is 
gunplay, hard riding, a subdued love interest, 
skuldugery, holdups and general action. 

Running Time — 63 Minutes 

RENTAL-44.50 

Frontiersman 

Starring William Boyd, George Hayes and 
Russell Hayden in a corking Hopalong Cassidy 
pix offers plenty of entertainment, 
Duncan Mayor of Crockett, opposes the ap- 
pointment of Evelyn Venable, a Boston Girl, 
as a teacher in Crocket, but she wins the sup- 
port of the cowboys headed by Boyd, Hayes 
and Hayden. 

Duncan, who is really the head of a gang of 
cattle thieves, changes in his attitude toward 
Evelyn and asks her to marry him. She is 
about to leave with Duncan to be married, 
when one of the henchmen, feeling he is being 

"double crossed" in a deal fires on him. The shots go wild, but Evelyn realizes Duncan is 
the man sought by Boyd as a cattle thief. Boyd and his men capture Duncan, and Evelyn 
leaves for Boston, happy that she has learned of Duncan's guilt in time and that Boyd is 
her steadfast friend. 74 Minutes— RENTAI — $4.50 




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Copacabana 



Stars Groucho Marx, Carmen Miranda, Andy 
Russell, Steve Cochran and Gloria Jean. 

A comedy packed musical extravaganza set at 
the lavish New York night spot, The Copa- 
cabana Club. The bombastic comedy team of 
Groucho and Carmen and the romantic compli- 
cations of Steve Cochran and Gloria Jean 
provides solid entertainment. 

Running Time — 90 Minutes 




Second Chorus 

Fred Astaire, Paulette Goddard, Burgess Mer- 
edith, Artie Shaw and Charles Butterworth. 

A college musical full of youth, tunes, comedy 
and dancing at its best. Fred and Burgess are 
perennial seniors at college where they do quite 
well financially with their band. Their troubles 
begin when they are graduated by a fluke and 
get further complicated when they both love 
the same girl. 

Running Time — 90 Minutes 




Sensations 



Eleanor Powell, Dennis O'Keefe, W. C. Fields, 
Sophie Tucker, "Woody Herman and Cab Callo- 
way and their bands. A lavishly produced 
musical revue that outdoes most productions 
in pulchritude, music, dancing, settings cos- 
tumes and comedy. The inner workings of 
a talent agency serves as a backdrop for a 
number of excellent star acts such as "Circus 
in the Sky", "Old Plantation", "Gay Nineties 
Night" and others. 

Running Time — 90 Minutes 




Hi Diddle Diddle 

Martha Scott, Dennis O'Keefe, June Havoc, 
Adolph Menjou, and Billie Burke. A hilarious 
comedy with music, both popular and operatic 
is presented by a scintillating cast in a pic- 
ture peppered with smart dialogue, gay songs, 
and a "gaga" romance. Sailor Dennis O'Keefe 
is late for his own wedding when his ship 
arrives late. But that's only the beginning of 
a comedy of errors that doesn't let up until 
the end title, and even then leaves the audience 
with a chuckle. 

Running Time — 90 Minutes 




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Knickerbocker Holiday 

Starring Nelson Eddy, Charles Coburn, Con- 
stance Dowling with Johnny (Scat) Davis, 
Otto Kruger and Carmen Amaya and her com- 
pany. 

It's the happiest holiday in years. There's mu- 
sic and dancing, laughter and song. ♦ . ♦ Set to 
the wild and woosome rhythms of little old, 
lovin' old New York. 

Running Time — 90 Minutes 



Her Favorite Patient 

John Carroll, Ruth Hussey, Charlie Ruggles, 
Ann Rutherford star in this hilarious comedy 
about the private life of a woman doctor. 
There's lots of good comedy in this situation; 
a woman physician trying to maintain her 
professional attitude while treating a handsome 
test pilot with "charming bedside manners." 

Running Time — 90 Minutes 



Strange Voyage 



With Eddie Albert, Ray Teal, Matt Willis, 
Elena Verdugo. — Photographed along the coast 
of Southern California and in the Mexican 
desert, this story of exciting adventure has an 
air of reality seldom achieved. Seeking a treas- 
ure buried in the Mexican desert by a 16th 
Century Monk, an expedition sets out and 
sails down the coast of Lower California. 
Combatting strange adventures including fight- 
ing sharks under water, our treasure hunters 
survive deadly thirst and heat in the desert, 
and discover the treasure, only to lose it in 
a sandstorm. Add the greed and jealousies of 
men and you have all the elements of a thrilling 
drama in a setting only Nature herself could 
provide. Running Time — 61 Minutes 





Alaska 

With Kent Taylor, Margaret Lindsay, John 
Carradine, Dean Jagger. — Based upon Jack 
London's story, "Flush of Gold," this picture 
provides a strong drama, with music, about 
the Alaska Gold Rush days. In outdoor snow 
and mountain settings, the story is given 
reality and vitality. Claim jumping and murder 
are equally serious in the eyes of frontier-law 
and both are motives for one of the author's 
best tales. An Alaskan gold mining town be- 
comes the crossroads for a conglomeration of 
people, all seeking quick riches. The conflict 
is natural and violent, but it makes for a 
robust story, high in entertainment value. 
Running Time — 76 Minutes 




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The Great Mike 

(Black and White) 

The Great Mike is a sterling melodrama of a boy, a dog, and a horse, starring Stu Erwin and 
with the following supporting cast: Robert (Buzzy) Henry, Carl (Alfalfa) Switzer, Pierre 
Watkin, Gwen-Kenyon, and Marian Martin. 

The theme of the story, unless one is aware of the History of the Race Track, will seem far- 
fetched, but, as a matter of positive fact, there are many counterparts in racing annals which 
are not dissimilar to the theme of The Great Mike. 

RENTAL— $12.50 



Danny Boy 

(Black and White) 



With Robert "Buzzy" Henry, star of "The 
Great Mike," and Ralph Lewis, Sybil Merritt, 
Helen Brown. This is the story of a boy and 
his dog and the heroism that proves again that 
"a man's best friend is his dog." 

RENTAL-^12.50 



The Enchanted Forest 




(Cine-Color) 

The story concerns five people who come to the 
"Enchanted Forest," each in search of the ans- 
wer to his individual need: Old John, the Her- 
mit, has lived there for years and has found 
in its deep woods the contentment and peace 
that escaped him in the outside world. Ed 
Henderson, a lumber king, brings the men with 
axes to chop down the forest for the wealth of 
its timber. The trees are felled and rain storms 
cause a flood. Henderson's infant grandson is 
carried off in the swollen mountain stream. 
Henderson's daughter, Anne, cannot accept the 
idea that her baby is lost for ever. Several 
years pass and Henderson, Annie and a young 

doctor come to the forest, hoping to cure her and her hopeless dream that her baby still lives. 
The eventual reunion of the mother and the child who has grown to be a stalwart five-year- 
old under the kindly guidance of old John and his animal friends, brings the poignant drama 
to its happy conclusion. 

The cast includes Edmund Lowe, Brenda Joyce, Billy Severan, Harry Davenport, John Litel, 
Clancy Cooper and "Blackie" Jim, the crow. RENTAL-$15.00 




Song of Old Wyoming 

(Cine-Color) 

This is the thrilling story of Wyoming's fight 
for the State-hood. 

Eddie Dean is presented in the first of a series 
of all-color films that will feature his singing 
in dramatic backgrounds. 

Dean has an excellent supporting cast which 
features Jennifer Holt as his leading lady. 

RENTAL— $15.00 




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Romance of the West 

(Cine-Color) 

Enhanced by Gne-Color photography, "Roman- 
ce of the West/' starring singing Eddie Dean 
presents a quantity of eye and ear entertain- 
ment with a plentiful supply of action to 
please fans of the great outdoor form of en- 
tertainment. 

This story tells an action-packed tale of the 
days of the Indian lands when renegade whites, 
seeking to obtain possession of the silver stud- 
ed mines of Chief Eagle Feathers tribe, commit 
murders, massacres and hold ups, throwing 
blame on the peaceful Indians to have the red- 
skins run out of the territory. 
The supporting cast includes Joan Barton, Em- 
mett Lynn, and many other well known stars. 




RENTAL— $15.00 



The Caravan Trail 

(Cine-Color) 

Filmed entirely in Gne-Color, "The Caravan Trail" is laid in \ 889 when America's Western 

frontier, still being pushed toward the coast, beckoned to bold and bad alike. 

A whirlwind of exciting events keeps Dean and his sidekick Emmett Lynn, battling wits and 

weapons to defeat the city's scheming politicians. 

This fast-moving picture, spiced with romance and melody, is top-notch entertainment. 

RENTAL— $15.00 



Colorado Serenade 

(Cine-Color) 

The locale of this story is Rawhide City, a 
typical outpost of the old west. The film opens 
with fast action. The first scene being an ex- 
citing chase involving armed bandits deter- 
mined to kill a whole stagecoach full of pas- 
sengers in order to eliminate the worthy judge 
who is on his way to "clean-up" Rawhide City. 
The star of this super western picture photo- 
graphed in Cine-Color is Eddie Dean with a 
large supporting cast including Roscoe Ates, 
David Sharpe and Doris Kenyon. 

RENTAL— $J5.00 

In Old Santa Fe 

(Black and White) 

Gene Autry, the singing cowboy and idol of the air, joins Ken Maynard and Tarazan and a 
marvelous cast in presenting some unusual western entertainment. 

RENTAL— $3.50 




Radio Ranch 

(Black and White) 

A feature version of the serial "Phantom Empire" The locale plunges to an astounding city 

called Muriana hidden miles underground. 

Stars Gene Autry, supported by Smiley Burnett and Frankie Darro. 

RENTAL— $3.50 



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Ride the Pink Horse 

Robert Montgomery, Wanda Hendrix, Andrea 
King. A tough, embittered war veteran comes 
to a New Mexico town during fiesta time to 
extract vengeance and blackmail from a master 
crook with whom he has previously had con- 
flict. But the odds are against him, and he 
is marked for death . ♦ . until a little Indian 
girl and a merry-go-round proprietor befriend 
him. 

11 Reels — Family 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




The Runaround 

Ella Raines, Rod Cameron. 

Adventure and romance highlight this delight- 
ful comedy drama about a runaway heiress and 
two rival detectives. In the exciting chase se- 
quence nearly every form of modern transpor- 
tation is used. 

10 Reels— Family 

HOME SHOWING— $10.00 




If I Had My Way 



Bing Crosby, Gloria Jean. 

A happy-go-lucky, song-filled story in which 
Bing and his friends turn a bankrupt cafe into 
a successful business. Eight songs. 

9 Reels — Family 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Another Part of the Forest 

Frederic March, Dan Duryea, Edmond O'Brien, 
Ann Blyth, Florence Eldridge, John Dall. 

Lillian Hellman's great play has been made 
into an even greater movie. The vicious, schem- 
ing Hubbard family is shown battling, con- 
niving, working slyly against one another, on 
a Southern plantation after the Civil War. 
When their smoldering hatreds burst into 
flame, the picture reaches a gripping climax. 

12* Reels — Mature 
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Tight Shoes 



Human interest comedy dealing with the con- 
sequences of buying a pair of shoes a size too 
narrow. Based on Damon Runyon's classic 
tale. Never a dull moment, as romance and 
humor blend. (Binnie Barnes, Broderick Craw- 
ford, Leo Carrillo) 

7 Keels — Family 

HOME SHOWING— $10.00 




Hit the Ice 

Sidewalk snapshot artists become enmeshed, 
accidentally, in bank robbery. (Abbot and Cos- 
tello, Ginny Simms, Johnny Long's band) 

B Reels -Family 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




The Amazing Mrs. Holliday 

Deanna Durbrn, Edmond O'Brien Barry Fitz- 
gerald. From war-torn China, young missionary 
girl shepherds group of orphans safely through 
a Pacific sinking, to San Francisco's Swank 
Nob Hill. For the protection of the children, 
she assumes a false identity fortuitously thrust 
upon her. 

«> Reels Family 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 



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Scarlet Street 

A man driven to the point of murder when he 
finds himself betrayed in all his dreams, by a 
worthless woman and her worthless compan- 
ion. (Edw. G. Robinson, Joan Bennett) 

11 Heels — Mature 

HOME SHOWING— $12.50 




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Destry Rides Again 

Marlene Dietrich, James Stewart 

A dramatic spectacle of the old west in which 
a quiet, lanky sheriff tries in vain to reform a 
corrupt town without the use of his "shoothV 
iron." Dietrich sings the songs, "Little Joe the 
Wrangler" and "See "What the Boys in the Back 
Room Will Have." 

9 Reels — Family 

HOME SHOWING— $J5.00 




Casbah 

Yvonne DeCarlo, Tony Martin, Peter Lorre, 
Marta Toren. The dramatic novel "Pepe Le 
Moko," provides an exciting plot for this action 
musical. Pepe leads a ring of Algerian jewel 
thieves, defying every effort the police make to 
capture him . . ♦ until he falls in love with a 
beautiful French girl, whom the police use as 
a tool to effect Pepe's downfall. 

lo Reels— Family 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Back Street 

Fannie Hurst's famous novel brought to the 
screen in one of the most thought-provoking 
and emotionally-moving pictures of all time. 
Pathetic yet noble self-sacrifice for the sake of 
one dearly beloved, makes talented heroine con- 
tent to keep her whole existence in the "back 
street" of the life of a wealthy and successful 
man. (Charles Boyer, Margaret Sullavan, Rich- 
ard Carlson, Frank McHugh) 

8 Reels— Mature 

HOME SHOWING— $*5.00 




First Love 

Stars Deanna Durbin and Robert Stack. 

Cinderella theme with doting servants in the 
role of fairy godmother. Proper rewards come 
to a nice girl, and reasonable punishment to 
the brat. 

Running Time — 90 Minutes 

HOME SHOWING— $J2.50 




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Phantom Lady 



Ella Raines, Franchot Tone, Alan Curtis 

A casual, passing acquaintance has to be found 
in order that an innocent man may be freed 
of a murder charge. 

9 Heels— Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $J2.50 




The Merry Monahans 

Donald O'Connor, Peggy Ryan, Jack Oakie 

A cavalcade of vaudeville leading from the 
three-a-day to the Follies. Excellent comedy, 
music, and a pleasant dash of nostalgic senti- 
ment. One of the better films. 

9 Reels — Family 
HOME SHOWING— $J2.50 




MARK HELLINGER'S 

The Naked City 

Barry Fitzgerald, Howard Duff, Dorothy Hart, 
Don Taylor. Against the authentic background 
of more than a hundred famous New York 
City landmarks, two Homicide Bureau detec- 
tives set about solving the murder of a young 
woman. In a powerful explosive climax, they 
trap the murderer on the bustling city streets. 

10 Reels— Mature 
HOME SHOWING $J5.00 




A Hundred Men and a Girl 

Deanna Durbin, Leopold Stokowski, Adolphe 
Menjou. Deanna persuades the great Stokowski 
to undertake the directorship of an orchestra 
cf unemployed musicians. She sings Verdi's 
"La Traviata" and Mozart's "Alleluja,"' as well 
as lighter themes. Stokowski leads a great 
orchestra in Lohengrin, Second Liszt Rhap- 
sody, Tschaikowsky's Fifth Symphony, Berlioz' 
Rakoczy March, Herold's Zampa Overture. 

S Reels— Family 
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The Suspect 



Charles Laughton, Ella Raines, Rosalind Ivan 

One of the greatest human character studies 
ever seen on the screen. Kindly shopkeeper 
kills two people whom the world could well 
spare, then surrenders. 

9 Reels— Mature 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 



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Bowery to Broadway 

Jack Oakie, Susanna Foster, Turhan Bey, Ann 
Blyth, Maria Montez. Two rival Irish showmen 
battle all the way from the Bowery to Four- 
teenth Street and finally to Times Square. "Show 
business" excellently and amusingly shown. 

9 Reels — Family 
HOME SHOWING $12.50 




The Web 

Ella Raines, Vincent Price, Edmond O'Brien 

A pretty secretary and a daring young lawyer 
trap a suave, wealthy killer. 

10 Reels— Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




On Stage Everybody 

Jack Oakie and Peggy Ryan are father-daugh- 
ter vaudeville team, washed up by radio's 
inroad. Old man has violent phobia against 
radio, attempts to push his daughter into so- 
ciety circles while he goes to home for retired 
actors. 

6 Reels— Family 
HOME SHOWING— $12.50 




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Swell Guy 



Flashy war correspondent fakes a hero role 
that fools everyone but his mother. Behind the 
"swell guy" front he behaves like a thorough- 
going "heel."' but finally gives his life to save 
that of the young nephew who idolizes him. 

Sonny Tufts, Ann Blyth, Ruth Warwick 
and William Gargan 

9 Reels— Mature 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




The Dark Mirror 

Academy award winner Olivia de Havilland 
plays dual role — identical twins, one represent- 
ative of all that is good, understanding and 
self-sacrificing, the other a warped, frustrated, 
neurotic who is her own worst enemy. Murder 
almost goes unpunished because of the dif- 
ficulty of separating the activity of the twins. 

Lew Ayres is co-starred in cast including 
Thomas Mitchell, Richard Long. 

9 Heels — Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Doctor Syn 



George Arliss, Margaret Lockwood, John Loder. 

Thrilling adventure tale of 18th century smug- 
gling, in which George Arliss lends his inimit- 
able artistry to the role of an ex-pirate turned 
parson. 

s Her Is 

HOME SHOWING— $12.50 



The Wicked Lady 

Finding life as the mistress of a gracious old 
country house boring, an English lady turns 
to highway robbery and a passionate love 
affair with a fellow-highwayman for excite- 
ment. Ultimate tragedy befalls her after she 
has committed a series of crimes in an attempt 
to capture happiness for herself. (James Mason, 
Margaret Lockwood, Patricia Roc.) 

11 Reels— Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




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Buck Privates Come Home 

Abbott & Costello, Tom Brown, Joan Fulton 

When Bud and Lou return from the wars, 
they face the problem of making a home for 
the little French orphan they have smuggled 
out of Europe. In their efforts to prove them- 
selves responsible guardians, they become in- 
volved in midget auto racing. By mistake, Lou 
suddenly finds himself at the wheel of a racer 
doing over a hundred miles an hour — and the 
rest is sheer hilarity. 

s Reels— Family 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Song of Scheherazade 

TECHNICOLOR FEATURE 

Yvonne deCarlo, Brian Donlevy, 
Jean Pierre Aumont 

A bullwhip duel and a classical dance high- 
light this exciting movie about a navel cadet's 
feud in the Morocco of 1865. 

12 Reels — Family 

RENTAL— $17.50 plus 50<£ 




Ivy 



Joan Fontaine, Patric Knowles 

A faithless wife poisons her husband for love 
of another, wealthier man, then tries to cast 
the blame on an unsuspecting suitor. 

10 Reels— Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $12.50 




Tower of London 

Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Vincent Price 

15th century England, and the grim, sweeping 
spectacle of a man's lust for power. Clash of 
vast armies, grisly horrors of torture dungeons, 
the pomp and pageantry of the age of romance 
are all ingredients in the ruthless story of 
King Richard III. 

10 Reels— Family 
■ HOME SHOWING— $12.50 




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Brute Force 

Ann Blyth, Burt Lancaster and Ella Raines. 

Mark Hettinger's gripping tale of conflict be- 
hind prison walls, climaxed by an escape attempt 
that brings your heart to your mouth. 

10 Keels— Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Butch Minds the Baby 

Dick Foran, Brod Crawford 

Self-styled tough guys melt fast under the 
sunny warmth of a baby's smile. Screamingly 
funny situations as only Damon Runyon can 
write them. 

8 Reels — Family 
HOME SHOWING-^$J2.50 




Smash-Up 



Susan Hayward, Lee Bowman, Marsha Hunt. 

Dramatic story of a Broadway wife who fears 
she is losing her husband to his glamorous 
secretary — and the desperate measures she 
takes to win him back. 

11 Reels— Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




One Touch of Venus 

Ava Gardner, Robert Walker, Dick Haymes. 

The gay, imaginative adventures of the goddess 
of love when she comes to Earth as a statue, 
and falls in love with a handsome window 
trimmer. 

9 Reels— Family 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 



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OUTSTANDING PRODUCTIONS 
UNIVERSAL - INTERNATIONAL and J. AKTI1IK RANK 



You Gotta Stay Happy 

Joan Fontaine, James Stewart, Eddie Albert. 
Delightful, warm-hearted comedy about the 
world's richest orphan and her dizzy romance 
with the world's most bewildered aviator. 

K) Reels— Family 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Kiss the Blood Off My Hands 

Burt Lancaster, Joan Fontaine. When a Lon- 
don nurse, her life emptied by war, seeks 
happiness with a prison-scarred ex-soldier, she 
finds instead danger and crime and murder- 
haunted flight. 

9 Reels — Mature 
HOME SHOWING— $*5.00 



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House of Seven Gables 

Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic of New England 
life, closely followed in a super-film production. 
Avarice, jealousy, bigotry, arrogance are 
shown to be the real ingredients of a "curse" 
that haunts an early Massachusetts "first" 
family and its proud house. Love, sympathy, 
forebearance and love of freedom for all prove 
effective antidotes. (Margaret Lindsay.) 

7 Keels — Mature 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




My Man Godfrey 

Starring William Powell, Carole Lombard, 
Alice Brady, Gail Patrick. She won first prize 
with him in a Scavenger Hunt — and he won 
her heart! Among goats, bicycles, mustache 
hairs and spinning wheels — there he was, the 
man of her dreams! She made him her butler 
and he made her behave! 

10 Reels— Family 

HOME SHOWING— $J5.00 




OUTSTANDING PRODUCTIONS 

UNIVERSAL - INTERNATIONAL and J. ARTHUR RANK 



City Across the River 

Stephen McNally, Barbara Whiting, Realistic 
story of the kid gangs who roam big city 
streets . . . their easy inclination to crime • ♦ . 
their need for guidance and occupation . ♦ . 
all seen through the eyes of one youngster 
caught in the vicious web of slums and crime. 
"The year's most exciting film dealing with 
juvenile crime/' (Drew Pearson) 

lo Reels — Family 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Magnificent Obsession 

Lloyd C Douglas' famous story 

starring Irene Dunn and Robert Taylor ably 

supported by Charles Butterworth, Ralph 

Morgan and Henry Armetta. 

9 Heel- Mature 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Criss Cross 

Burt Lancaster, Yvonne DeCarlo, Dan Duryea. 
Armored truck guard Steve Thompson tried 
to win a gangster's girl . . . tried to double- 
cross a double-crosser . . . tried to fight fire 
with fire . . . but couldn't fight the bullet 
that had his name on it ! 

10 Reels— Mature 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




Something in the Wind 



You will swing to the jive singing of Deanna 
Durbin as a radio disc jockey, laugh at the 
roaring comedy of Donald O'Connor singing 
"I Love a Mystery". John Dall has the 
romantic lead and Jan Peerce supplies the 
operatic thrill. A film everyone must enjoy 
and cheer. 

f) Heels — Family 
HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION'S 
UNIVERSAL - INTERNATIONAL and .1. ARTHUR lt\\K 



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Basil Rathbone, Nigel Bruce, Hilary Brooke. 
A blackmail-murder syndicate challenges Sher- 
lock, and a thrilling duel of wits ensues. 

7 Reels — Family 
HOME SHOWING— $J5.00 




The Senator was Indiscreet 

William Powell, Ella Raines, Arleen Whelan, 
Peter Lind Hayes. Delightful satiric comedy 
about a senator who wants to be president 
and the tell-tale diary which his opponents 
must get in order to beat him. 

9 Reels— Family 

HOME SHOWING— $15.00 




SHORT SUBJECTS — 81.00 Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



FEATURETTES 

TWO REELS EACH 



Philo Vance, Detective 

Starring Alan Curtis, Sheila Ryan, Tala 
Birell, Frank Jenks, Frank Fenton and 
James Bell. 



Tale of the Redwoods 

Jim, The Crow (Blackie), Edmond Lowe, 
Brenda Joyce, Billy Severn, Harry Daven- 
port, John Litel and Clancy Cooper. 



The Sidewalk Kids 

Robert Lowery, Teala Loring and Billy 
Hallop's Gang of Rascals, Car; Switzer, 
David Reed, and Paul Bryer. 



Monte Cristo, The Avenger 

John Loder, Lenore Aubert, Martin Kosteck, 
Fritz Feld, Charles Dingle, Fritz Kortner, 
Eduardo Ciannelli. 



Riviera Dream 

Starring George Raft, Charles Boyer, Sonja Henie and others 



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SHORT SUBJECTS — Sl.OO Per Heel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



COMEDIES 

TWO REELS EACH 



Charlie Chaplin 

THE FLOORWALKER 
THE RINK 
EASY STREET 
THE VAGABOND 
THE FIREMAN 
THE COUNT 
THE IMMIGRANT 
THE ADVENTURER 
THE PAWNSHOP 
ONE AJM. 
THE CURE 
BEHIND THE SCREEN 




JOHNNY DOWNS 
Groom and Bored 

JOHN ARTHUR and 
TOM KENNEDY 
Halfway to Hollywood 

EL BRENDEL and 

TOM KENNEDY 

Phoney Cronies 

JUNE ALLYSON 
Sing for Sweetie 

BETTY GRABLE 
A Night at the 

Biltmore Bowl 
The Spirit of J976 

BERT LAHR 
No More West 
Boy Oh! Boy 
Montague the Magnificent 
Gold Bricks 
Off the Horses 

PATSY KELLY 
Maid in Hollywood 
I'll Be Suing You 



LAUREL & HARDY 
Midnight Patrol 
Laughing Gravy 
The Brats 
Night Owls 
Scram 

SNUB POLLARD 
No Kidding 

BUSTER KEATON 
Palooka from Paduca 
Tars and Stripes 
Blue Blazes 
Love Nest on Wheels 

ETHEL WATERS 
Bubbling Over 

MARIE WILSON 
Life in Hollywood 

BEN TURPIN 

When A Man's A Prince 
The Eves Have It 

DANNY KAYE 
Dime A Dance 



SHIRLEY TEMPLE 
Whats To Do 

WILLIE HOWARD 
Smart Way 
Pardon My Accident 
Play Boy No. J 

HAL ROACH 
Call A Cop 

HERMAN TIMBERG, JR. 
& PAT ROONEY, JR, 
That's the Spirit 

BEN BLUE & 
BILLY GILBERT 

The Rummy 
Taxi Barons 
Taxi for Two 
Call Her Sausage 
Strange Innertube 

CHARLIE CHASE 
Southern Exposure 
Okay Toots 
Skip the Maloo 

JIMMIE FIDLER 
Personality Parade 



TWO REELS EACH 



RENTAL FEE— $2.C0 PER SUBJECT 

"KIDS and PETS" (Our Gang) 

They Are The Little Rascals Who Will Make You Laugh and Cry 



LITTLE DADDY 
PUPS IS PUPS 

MUSH AND MILK 
BIG EARS 

DOGS IS DOGS 



HOOK AND LADDER 



SCHOOL'S OUT 
WILD POSES 

BIRTHDAY BLUES 

READING & WRITING 
A LAD AND A LAMP 
FORGOTTEN BABIES 



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SHOUT SUBJECTS — Sl.OO Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 
Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 

• COMEDIES * 

ONE REEL EACH 



OLIVER HARDY 
Paperhanger's Helper 

LAUREL and HARDY 

The Brats 
Dirty Work 
Hog Wild 
Hoosegow 
County Hospital 

W. C FIELDS 

The Great Chase 
Hurry, Hurry 



ABBOTT & COSTELLO 
Mudder and Fodder 
No Indians Please 
Oysters and Muscles 
Fun on the Run 
Kitchen Mechanics 
Oh, My Achin' Tooth 
Pinch Me, Please 
Riot on Ice 
Midget Car Maniacs 
High Flyers 
Knights of the Bath 

DUSTY FLETCHER 
Open the Door Richard 



CHARLIE CHAPLIN 
The Champion 
In the Park 
Hits of the Past 
Face On the 

Bar Room Floor 

ZAZU PITTS 

Ladies in a Turkish Bath 

MICKEY McGUIRE 

The Provider 
Big Broadcast 
The Detective 



* MYSTERY SUBJECTS * 

TWO REELS EACH 

MARIONETTE MYSTERY with REGIS TOOMEY 

A TERRIBLY STRANGE BED with RICHARD GREENE 

THE TELLTALE HEART by EDGAR ALLAN POE 



THREE REELS EACH 



Seconds to Live 

Walter King, William Farnum and Mona. 
Barrie. An innocent man, wrongly con- 
demned to die, proves his innocence at the 
last second. 



Killer with Wings 

George Zucco, Ralph Lewis and Hope Kra- 
mer. An ancient monster bird kills at his 
warped master's command to protect a 
treasure. 



• VARIETY PROGRAMS * 



Running Time — 50 Minutes 



NUMBER ONE 

Goofytone No. 7 
Song of the Danube 
Going Native 
Mice in Council 
Ocala 



NUMBER TWO 

Movies Greatest 

Headlines 
Melody On Parade 
Captain Kidding 
Idle Roomers 
Sporting Wings 



NUMBER THREE 

Goofytone No. 4 
College Campuses 

and Songs 
The Hunting Season 
A Capitol Idea 
Bird Dogs 



* • • • * 
• COLOR • 

TWO REELS EACH — RENTAL $3.00 
Beautiful Dreamer 

Oh, Susanna 
Old Folks At Home 



RENTAL $2.00 
NUMBER FOUR 

Patriotic Songs 
Swiss On White 
Krazi Inventions 
Hot Sands 
Bit & Bridle 



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SHOUT SUBJECTS— ftl.OO IVr Itcol (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



MUSICALS 

ONE REEL EACH 



J -GREAT SYMPHONIES 
Blue Danube 



Romance 



2— SONGS OF THE IRISH 

There's Nothing Like the Smile 

of the Irish 
Who Threw the Overalls 

In Mrs. Murphy's Chowder 
It's A Great Day for the Irish 



3— SONGS TO REMEMBER 

Take Me Out to the Ball Game 

Sidewalks of New York 

In the Good Old Summertime 

8— SONGS OF ROMANCE 

Stardust Two Guitars and Dark Eyes 
Love's Own Sweet Song 

tO— GAY NINETIES SONGS 

I Want A Girl My Gal Sal 

Bicycle Built for Two 

U— SONGS OF THE WEST 

Carry Me Back to the Lone Prarie 

I'm An Old Cowhand 

The Mountains Meet the Sky 

J 4— MELODY LANE 

By the Light of the Silvery Moon 
Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie 
Little Grey Home in the West 



16— SONGS OF THE SOUTH 
Showboat Melodies 
Dear Old Southland 
Waiting for the Robert E. Lee 



17— MUSICAL VARIETIES 

Tyron Shapiro Minute Waltz 

Paddy Cake. The Baker Man 



18— EASTER CAROLS 

19— SONGS OF YESTEDAY 

How Come You Like Me Like You Do 
Dinah Bowery Medley 



21— MERRY MUSICALS 

Are You Havin' Any Fun 

Clarence The Irish Washerwoman 



29— RHYTHM IN RHAPSODY 
Tip Toe Thru the Tulips 
Moonlight Masquerade 
The Night Is Young 

31— SONGS OF THE RANGE 

When It's Springtime in the Rockies 
The Singing Hills 
Git Along Little Pony 

35— SOUTH OF THE BORDER SONGS 
Pan-Americonga Say Si Si 

Mi Linda Amor 

36— WALTER LANTZ 
MUSICAL CARTOON 
Scrub Me Mama with a Boogie Beat 

37— CHRISTMAS CAROLS 

The First Noel Adeste Fedeles 

Hark, The Herald Angels Sing 

38— EGG CRACKER SUITE 

Musical Cartoon 

39— HAMS THAT COULDN'T 

BE CURED Musical Cartoon 



40— JUKE BOX JAMBOREE 

Musical Cartoon 

41— ARABIAN HIJINKS 

Temptation La Cucarracha 

I Don't Like No Girls 



42— SWING AND SING 

Boogie Woogie Man Dixie 
Dancing On Air 



Fantasia 



43— RHUMBA RHYTHM 
Lady in Red 
Gypsy Chant 



Cielito Lindo 



45— SNOWTIME SERENADE 

Sly Old Gentleman Fireside Medley 
Winter Wonderland 

46— FARMYARD FOLLIES 

Hillbilly Bill I Love Mountain Music 
I've Sold My Saddle 

47-SNOWTIME JUBILEE 

I'd Like to Set You to Music 
Happiness Bound Slap Polka 



MIOIM SUBJECTS ftl.OO I»er Reel ( I'nless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



• MUSICALS * 

ONE REEL EACH 



48— GEMS OF SONG 

Loch Lomand La Boheme Ave Maria 



49— TROPICAL SWING 
The Breeze and I 
Cielito Lindo 



Cuban Pete 



50— HAWAIIAN RHYTHM 

Aloha Oe My Loneliness Has Ended 
Hawaii Sang Me to Sleep 

51— RHUMBA CONGAS 

Rhumboogie Oh, He Loves Me 

Amigo, We Go Riding Tonight 
Brooklynonga 

52— ROMANCE AND RHYTHM 

Two Hearts That Pass In the Night 
Play Fiddle, Play 
Bicycle Built for Two 

53— SONG FESTIVAL 

I'll Pray for You II Bacio Amen 

54— WESTERN MELODIES 

Give Me My Saddle Trigger Trail 
I'll Remember April 



55— WESTERN WHOOPEE 

Featuring Tex Williams 
Sun in The Sky Keep Rolling 

That Good Old Western Music 
Let Me Shake Your Old Cowhand 
Jog Along To My Song 

56— MELODY RANGE 

Featuring Tex Williams 
The Plunking of the Banjo 
A Cowpoke Gets No Rest At All 
The Cowpunchers Waltz 
If You Ride 



57— STRAUSS WALTZES 
Blue Danube 



Artist Life 



55— POET AND PEASANT 
Musical Cartoon 

59— TALES OF VIENNA WOODS 

Love Song Waltz 

60— EMPEROR WALTZ 
You and You 

6J— ETHEL SMITH and 

HENRY KING ORCHESTRA 



Shep Fields and his Band 
Ted Lewis and his Band 
Louis Prima and his Band 



George Olsen and his Band 
Count Basie and his Band 
Tony Pastor and his Band 



Cootie Williams and his Band 
Tommy Tucker and his Band 
Teddy Powell and his Band 



it Music with Spice it 

ONE REEL EACH 



REEL I 



Georgie Porgie 

Man Who Comes Around 

Oh, Johnny — Gertrude Niesen 

REEL II 

Fan Dance — Sally Rand 
Minnie From Trinidad — Malina 
Biggest Aspidastra in World — Messner 



REEL III 



Bubble Dance — Sally Rand 

I Wanna Make Him Whistle— Isabellita 

I've Got To Get Hot-Barrie 

REEL IV 

Dance of Shame — Faith Bacon 
I'd Love To Know You Better 
Blushing Bride 






REEL V 

Artist's Mode— Sally Rand 
Who's Yehoodi — Lane Truesdale 
There'll Be Some Changes Made- 



-Ginger Harmon 



SHORT SUBJECTS — 81. OO Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 
Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



• MUSICALS * 

ONE REEL EACH 

Community Sing For Fun 



Lyrics and Music by IRVING CAESAR 
Sing a Song of Friendship — Reel I 
Sing a Song of Friendship — Reel II 

SONGS OF THE SEASONS — No. 7 
In the Good Old Summer Time 
Singin' in the Rain 
Winter Wonderland 
Shine on, Harvest Moon 

HITS OF THE NINETIES — No. 8 
Somebody Loves Me After the Ball 

I Will Take You Home Again, Kathleen 
When You Were Sweet Sixteen 
Ta-Ra-Ra Boom Der-E 

RIVER MELODIES — No. 9 

On Moonlight Bay Swanee 

On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away 
Mississippi 

CHOO-CHOO SWING — No. JO 
I'm Alabamy Bound 
Where Do You Worka, John? 
I've Been Working on the Railroad 

KERNELS OF KORN — No. \\ 

Why Did I Teach My Girl to Drive? 
I'll See You in My Dreams 
It's Above the Adam's Apple 

SINGING THE BLUES — No. 12 
Blues in the Night Am I Blue 

Moanin' Low Wabash Blues 

MERRILY WE SING 
My Blue Heaven Whispering Oh Johnny 

THE SINGING BARBERS 
I Want A Gal Oh You Beautiful Doll 

By the Light of the Silvery Moon 

A BIT OF BLARNEY 
It's the Same Old Shillelagh 

Take You Home Again Kathleen 



I 

Too Ra Loo Ra Loo Ral 



LET'S SING A WESTERN SONG 
Wagon Wheels Red River Valley 

Home on the Range 
Deep in the Heart of Texas 



GUS VAN'S SONG SHOP 

Me and My Gal Minnie the Moocher 

Dinah My Gal Sal 

Nobody's Sweetheart Now 



SCOTCH SONGS 

Bonnie Annie Laurie 

Campbells Are Coming Loch Lomond 

Coming Through the Rye 

Auld Lang Syne 



The King Sisters Singing 
CROSBY FAVORITES 



Pennies From Heaven 
One Two, Button My Shoe 
Love in Bloom 
I'm An Old Cowhand 



Blue Hawaii 



Carson Robison and his Buckaroos in 
COWBOY SONGS 



Boots and Saddle 

Old Gray Mare 

Oh My Darling Clementine 

I'm An Old Cowhand 

Home on the Range 



DE CASTRO SISTERS— Singing 

Penicillin 

Maracas in Caracas 

Nina from Argentina 



Christine Mclntyre in 
STRAUSS WALTZES 



Vienna Woods 



Voice of Spring 



Life in Vienna 



Blue Danube 



GYPSY SONGS 

IRISH SONGS 

SOUTH SEA SONGS 

SPANISH MELODIES 



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SHOUT SUBJECTS — 8I.OO Per Keel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 
Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



MUSIC 

ONE REEL 



CUBAN RHYTHMS 



Rum & Coca-Cola w. JERI SULLAVAN 
Cuban Pete w. LUBA MALINA 
Nautch Girl from Cuba w. WINI SHAW 

LATIN NOVELTIES 

Stone Cold Dead in the Market 

w. GRACIE BARRIE 

Gay Ranchero w. LUBA MALINA 

Chiquita Banana w. TERRY TWINS 

SOUTH AMERICAN SWING 

Take It Easy w. RAY SINATRA'S Orch. 
Tangarine w. BUDDY ROGER'S Orch. 
Mamae Eu Quero 

w. MAYA'S PAN AMER. Orch. 

FUN WITH MUSIC 

Our Teacher w. HENNY YOUNGMAN 
Margie w. VAN ALEXANDER 
G Strings w. FRANK PINERO 

BLUES AND BOOGIE 

Some of These Days 

w. MAXINE SULLIVAN 
Beat Me Daddy w. MAURICE ROCCO 
Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby 

w. KING COLE TRIO, IDA JAMES 

HILLBILLY HOLIDAY 

My Darling Clementine 

w. THE FASHIONAIRES 
Martins & The Coys w. THE JESTERS 
Hillbilly Holiday 

w. CHUCK PALMER & RANGERS 

SWINGING THE CLASSICS 
Featuring THE THREE SUNS 
William Tell Overture 
Anvil Chorus Song of India 

LAZY RHYTHMS 
Featuring MILLS BROTHERS 
Lazy River Rockin' Chair Till Then 



ALS • 

EACH 

SENTIMENTAL JOURNEYS 

Sentimental Journey 

w. GLEN GRAY'S Orch. 
Sleepy Lagoon w. SONNY DUNHAM 
Winter Wonderland 

w. DINNING SISTERS 

ROMANTIC RHYTHMS 

This Love of Mine 

w. STAN KENTON'S Orch. 
Penny Arcade w. LUCILLE BREMER 
Don't Get Around Much 

w. LINA ROMAY 

JAZZ AND JIVE 

Take Me Back w. COUNT BASIE Orch. 
Take the "A" Train 

w. DELTA RHYTHM BOYS 
Your Feets Too Big w. FATS WALLER 

MUSIC FOR MOONLIGHT 

Sleepy Time Gal w. DAVID BROOKS 
Let's Get Lost w. LINA ROMAY 
Apple Blossom Time 

w. MEN & MAIDS OF MELODY 

SINGING STARS 

Between Devil & Deep Blue Sea 

w. JERRY WAYNE 
Iowa w. JERRY COOPER 
Things I Love w. LANNY ROSS 

SONGS by GERTRUDE NIESEN 
Jim There I Go A Wee Bit of Scotch 

MUSICAL CAPERS 

I'll Take Her Back w. AL TRACE 

I Wanna Be a Fireman w. CHRIS CROSS 

Poet & Peasant w. MILT BRITTON 

THRILLS FROM BRAZIL 

Say Si Si Thrill from Brazil 

Song of Renaldo 



OLD-TIME TUNES 
Man on Flying Trapeze with DARING YOUNG MAN 

Bird in Gilded Cage with FOUR LADY KILLERS 
Frivolous Sal with SNOOKY LANSON 



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SHOUT SUBJECTS — Sl.OO Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



* MUSIC 

ONE REEL 
IRISH MELODIES 



It's A Great Day for the Irish 

w. DICK BALDWIN, PATRICIA LYNN 

When Irish Eyes Are Smiling 

w. DONALD NOVIS 
Little Town in Ould County Down 

w. JOHN FEENEY 



CALL OF THE WEST 

The Texas Strip w. MARGIE BEELER 
There Is No Sunshine w. SPADE 

COOLEY, TEX WILLIAMS 

Call of the Canyon w. ALVINO 

REY Orch., KING SISTERS 



TIN-TYPE TUNES 

By The Beautiful Sea 

w. FOUR LADY KILLERS 

After the Ball 

w. GUARDSMEN QUARTET 

Just a Girl That Men Forget 

w. TUBBY GARRON 



MOONLIGHT MELODIES 

I Don't Stand A Ghost of A Chance w. 

MARY HEALY, DAVID ROSE Orch. 
Moonlight Cocktail w. BUDDY CLARK, 

HAL BORNE Orch. 
Dream, Dream, Dream 

w. LES ELGART Orch. 



RHUMBA RHUMBA 

Pumpa Pumpa w. DeCASTRO SISTERS 
No Can Do w. DINNING SISTERS 
Mexican Jumping Bean 

w. NORO MORALES Orch. 



HAREM HIJINKS 

Dancing In A Harem w. RALPH PETERS 
Delilah w. JACK BEEKMAN, 

JEAN BARTHOLOMEW 
The Sultan's Charms w. HANK MANN 



MOUNTAIN MUSIC 

Sadie Hawkins Day w. MABEL TODD 
Hillbilly Grand Opera w. CINDY 

WALKER, ZEKE CANOVA 

For Red Nellie's Honour w. ESMERELDY 

and FRANK NOVAK Rootin' Tooters 



ALS • 

EACH 

GAGS AND GALS 
Male Order At Your Service Playmates 

MUSICAL CARAVAN WITH 
THE THREE SUNS 

Caravan Tico Tico My Heart Tells Me 

RHUMBA WITH SPICE 

Ella w. NORO MORALES and Orch. 
Learning to Speak English w. EDDIE 
LE BARON & Orchestra, 

BERTICA SERRANO 
He's A Latin from Staten Island 

w. RICARDO and HIS GUITAR 

HARLEM SYNCOPATION 

Come to Baby, Do w. KING COLE TRIO 
Everybody's Jumpin' 

w. NOBLE SISSLE & His Orch. 
Errand Boy for Rhythm 

w. KING COLE TRIO 

NOVELTY REVUE 

Swinging On A Star w. HARRY 

LEFCOURT and His RED JACKETS 
Let's Get Away from It All 

w. THE MARTINS 
Mama Don't Allow It w. RUFE DAVIS 

SPICY AND SPANISH 

Chi Chi Castenango w. MARILYN 

HARE and THE PARAGONS 
Coax Me A Little Bit 

w. EDDIE LE BARON & His Orch. 
Spicy and Spanish w. HARRY 

LEFCOURT and His RED JACKETS 

COMEDY AND SONG 
Lydia w. RUDY VALLEE 
Never Water A Lily With Wine 

w. JUNE BURNETTE 
Their Nightmare (Comic Opera) 

w. THE MUSKETEERS 

SONGS OF HAWAII 

Dreams of Old Hawaii w. LANI 
McINTIRE & Orchestra 

w. ALOHA ISLANDERS 
Wiggles w. NAPUA WOOD 
Hawaiian War Chant 
w. PRINCESS MOMAKAI 

w. THE HAWAIIAN ENSEMBLE 



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SHOUT SUBJECTS— *1.00 Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 

* MUSICALS * 

ONE REEL EACH 



SEPIAN SWING 

Skunk Song w. CAB CALLOWAY 
Rocco Blues w. MAURICE ROCCO 
Got A Penny Benny 

w. THE KING COLE TRIO 

MUSICAL SATIRES BY 
DAY, DAWN AND DUSK 

Faust — Sleep Kentucky Babe — Rigoletto 

SPIKE JONES 
AND HIS CITY SLICKERS 

Blacksmith Song — Clink, Clink, Another 
Drink — Sheik of Araby 

SILVER SPURS 

Old Chisholm Trail w. MERLE TRAVIS 
Put Your Little Right Foot Out 

w. LONE STAR COWBOYS 
Silver Spurs w. MERLE TRAVIS 

SWING SISTER SWING 

A Kiss Goodnight 

' w. BARKLEY SISTERS 
Four Letters 

w. GLORIA PARKER & ORCH. 
Wherever There's Me There's You 
w. TERRY TWINS, JERRY BOWNE 
& ORCH. 

LOVE SONGS 

Whispering w. BOB KENNEDY 
Blue Moon w. WENDY BISHOP 
My Blue Heaven w. HARRY COOL 

SWEET AND LOVELY 

Sweet And Lovely w. HARRY COOL 
I'll See You In My Dreams 

w. BOB KENNEDY 
Moon Over Miami 

w. DEAN HUDSON Orch. 

LOVE AND KISSES 

Kisses To You w. GILBERT FRYE, 

ELEANOR COUNTS 
When You're Near Me w. VIOLA VONN, 
GENE GROUNDS 
At A Little Country Tavern 

w. GILBERT FRYE 



VARIETY SHOW 

Take Me Back To My Boots and Saddle 
w. RUDY VALLEE 
Oh! Susanna w. FOUR MERRY MEN 
Mrs. Yankee Doodle w. VIRGINIA 

MEYERS, FOUR MERRY MEN 

SOPHISTICATED GALS 

Nobody Makes A Pass At Me 

w. GRACIE BARRIE 
I'm A Big Girl Now w. JENI 

FREELAND, TOMMY REYNOLDS 

& Orch. 
Memphis Blues w. JERI SULLAVAN 

WESTERN SONGS 

Where The Mountains Meet The Sky 

w. JERRY COOPER 

My Chickashay Gal 

w. SPADE COOLEY and Orch. 

Dude Cowboy w. RED RIVER DAVE 

LET'S DANCE 

Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me 
w. GLENN MILLER'S MODERNAIRES 
That Wonderful Worrisome Feeling 

w. AL TRACE and Orch. 
I Don't Know Why 

w. TOMMY REYNOLDS' Orch. 

RHUMBA SERENADE 

Mi Rumba w. NANO RODRIGO'S Orch. 

Tica Ti Tica Ta w. GINGER HARMON 

and MERCER BOYS 

Rhumba Serenade 

w. MILLS RHUMBA Orch. 

BROADWAY HIT SONGS 

The Continental w. CONNIE HAINES 
I'll Be Seeing You 

w. RAY SINATRA'S Orch. 
Lullaby of Broadway w. MEL TORME 



LATIN TEMPOS 

Frenesi w. CARLOS FERNANDO'S Orch. 
Conga Loca w. NANO RODRIGO'S Orch. 
Bahiana w. MAYA'S Pan-American Orch. 



SHOUT SUBJECTS — Sl.OO Per Keel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



* MUSICALS 

TWO REELS EACH 
RED ENGLE 
AND HIS NATURAL SEVEN 
Featuring The Albins & Karen Tedder 
Natural Seven Stamp 
The Man with The Big Sombrero 
Steel Guitar Rag Violin Concerto 



JIMMY DORSE Y 
AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

Featuring The Mello-Larks, Dottie O'Brien 

and Bill Lawrence 
Contrasts Am I Blue Lover 

Quien Sabe Jamboree Jones 

We Hate Cowboy Songs 



BUDDY RICH AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

Featuring Louis De Pron, The Mello-Larks 

and Terry Gibbs 

One O'Clock Boogie So Long Joe 

Let's Get Away From It All 
John Had The Number But No Nickel 
Not So Quiet Please 



MATTY MALNECK 

AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

Featuring Peggy Lee, The Delta Rhythm 



Boys and Rosa Linda 

My Blue Heaven Dry Bones 

Poet and Peasant Don't Blame Me 

Knock Me a Kiss Stompin' At The Savoy 

I Don't Know Enough About You 



DESI ARNEZ 

AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

Featuring Dulcina and Judy Clark 



Taboo El Cumbanchero 

Managua Nicaragua 
I'll Take The Rhumba 



Boteando 



CHARLIE BARNETT 

AND HIS ORCHESTRA 

Featuring Clark Denniss & Virginia Maxes 

Redskin Rhumba Jealousy 

Pompton Turnpike Peg O' My Heart 

Skyliner 



BOB HOWARD'S HOUSE PARTY 



Little Lost Sheep 

Mouse Meets Lion 

It Happened To Crusoe 



• CARTOONS • 

ONE REEL EACH 

Adventure in Animation 

Kitty Gets Her Bird 
The Gullible Canary 

*•••* 



Dumb Like A Fox 

The Wild and Woozy West 

Willoughby's Magic Hat 



Westerns 



Code of the West 
Cowboy Justice 



BOB STEELE 
Thunder Town 
Ambush Trail 

DAVE O'BRIEN 

Return of the Rangers 
Boss of Rawhide 

JOHNNY MACK BROWN 
Code of Courage 
Lawless Frontier 
Western Feud 

Border Outlaw 



GENE AUTRY 
Loaded Guns 
Indian Uprising 
Horses and Guns 
Western Songs 

TEX RITTER 

Three in the Saddle 
Enemy of the Law 

KIRBY GRANT 
Guntown 
Western Honor 
Blazin Guns 

TWO REELS EACH 



Texas Trail Treachery 
Stampede 

HOP ALONG CASSIDY 
Three on a Trail 
Bar 20 Rides Again 
Heart of the West 
Border Justice 
Prairie Vengeance 
Danger Trail 

TEX WILLIAMS 
Cheyenne Cowboy 
West of Laramie 

BUSTER CRABBE 
Border Badmen 
Ghost of Hidden Valley 



The Masked Ranger 



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SHOIKT SUBJECTS — Sl.OO Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



* CARTOONS * 

ONE REEL EACH 

(Black and White) 



ANDY PANDA 
Meatless Tuesday 
Fish Fry 
Panda's Pop 
Blacksmith Shop 
Goodby Mr. Moth 
Mouse Trappers 
Dizzy Kitty 
Crazy House 
Andy's Garden 
Nutty Pine Cabin 
Crow Crazy 
Painter and Pointer 
Apple Andy 

OFFICIAL 

Scottie Finds A Home 
The Hunting Season 
Parrotville Old Folks 
Parrotville Post Office 
Cap'n Cub 
Goofy Goat Antics 
The Snowman 

GANDY GOOSE 
Gandy's Adventure 
The Frame Up 
The Goose Flies High 
Somewhere in Egypt 
A Bully Romance 
Magic Pencil Flying 
Hitch Hiker's Fever 



MOUSE MOVIES 
Football Jamboree 
Jail Birds 
Lion Hunt 
Just Ask Jupiter 

WALTER LANTZ 
Recruiting Daze 
Salt Lake Daffy 
Fair Today 
Syncopated Sioux 
Pied Piper of Basin Street 
Slip Horn King of Palaroo 
Abou Ben Boogie 

FARMER AL FALFA 
The Health Farm 
Trailer Life 
Old Dog Tray 
Big Game Hunt 
Flying South 
The Runt 
Prize Package 

FAIRY TALE 
Simple Simon 
Don Quixote 
Jack and The Beanstalk 
Rumplestiltskin 
Cinderella 
Sleeping Beauty 
Revolution in Toyland 



WOODY WOODPECKER 

Ace in the Hole 
Dizzy Acrobat 
The Screwball 
Hollywood Matador 
The Loan Stranger 
The Screwdriver 
Knock-Knock 
Cracked Nut 
Pantry Panic 
Barber of Seville 
Chew Chew Baby 
Beech Nut 
Woody Dines Out 
Bathing Buddies 
The Loose Nut 
Who's Cooking Who 
Dippy Diplomat 



MIGHTY MOUSE 

Wolf, Wolf 

Jekyll and Hyde Cat 

Wreck of the Hesperus 

Eliza on Ice 

Mighty Mouse Rides Again 

He Dood It Again 

Mouse of Tomorrow 

Down with Cats 

Pandora's Box 



Mickey's Trick Horse 
Mickey Gives A Party 
All American Mickey 
Mickey & Simon Legree 



***** 

Walt Disney Cartoons 

Mickey's Exciting Picnic 
Robinson Crusoe Mickey 
Movie Star Mickey 
Gold Rush Mickey 

***** 



Mickey Plays Santa Claus 
Christmas in Toyland 
Donald Duck the Mechanic 
Mickey Saves the Air Mail 



Their Last Bean 
A Bully Frog 

It Must Be Love 



Terry-Toons 

ONE REEL EACH 



The Timid Rabbit 
Bug's Beetle 



Boy Meets Dog 
The Fox Hunt 



Hometown Olympics 



Gay 90's Lives Again 
Yesterday Lives Again 



* * * * * 

Old Time Movies 

Revenge on the Range 



Cowboys and Indians 
Muddled in Mud 



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SHOUT SUBJECTS — Sl.OO Per Reel /( nless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



Jack Frost 
Simple Simon 
Big Bad Wolf 
King's Tailor 



Woody Dines Out 
The Loose Nut 
Dippy Diplomat 



* CARTOONS * 
Fun Cartoons In Color $1.50 



ONE REEL EACH 
Puss in Boots 
Pincushion Man 
Old Mother Hubbard 
Jack and the Beanstalk 

WOODY WOODPECKER 
Pantry Panic 
The Loan Stranger 
Ace in the Hole 



Headless Horseman 
Sinbad the Sailor 
Dick Whittington's Cat 



Knock Knock 
Screw Driver 
Cracked Nut 



Nutty Pine Cabin 
Crow Crazy 



ANDY PANDA 



Andy's Blacksmith Shop 
Painter and Pointer 



* * * 



Technicolor Cartoons 

ONE REEL EACH — $2.00 



Jungle Jive 
Cow Cow Boogie 
Boogie Woogie Sioux 
Greatest Man in Siam 
Mollie Moo Cow and Indians 



Mollie Moo Cow and Butterflies 



Waif's Welcome 

Boogie Woogie Man Toonerville Trolley 

To Spring Bold King Cole 

Trolley Ahoy It's A Greek Life 

Cupid Gets His Man Bosko and the Pirates 

Molly Moo Cow and Robinson Crusoe 



Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs 



Hello Pirro 

Pirro and the Thermometer 
Pirro and the Alarm Clock 
Pirro and the Lamp 



***** 

Meet Pirro the Puppet 

Pirro and the Magnet 
Pirro and the Telephone 
Pirro and the Scale 



Pirro and the 

Vacuum Cleaner 
Pirro and the Black Board 
Pirro and the Phonograph 



***** 

* NEWS • 

ONE REEL EACH 

News Parade— 1944 

News Parade— 1945 

News Parade— 1946 

News Parade— 1947 

News Parade— 1948 

News Parade— 1949 

News Parade— 1950 



Coronation of Pope Pius XII 
Holy War 



Inauguration of Pres. Harry S. Truman 
Crisis in Korea Royal Wedding 



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SHOUT SUBJECTS — SI.OO Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



Better Golt (Fundamentals) 
Better Golf (Advanced) 
Sun Valley Ski Chase 
In the Swim 
Under Water 
World Series— 1947 
Winter Olympic Sports 
Tarpon On Light Tackle 
Channel Bass and Stripers 
Brother Golfer 
Football— 1943 
Fishing in the Fjords 
Sport Thrills of 1941 
Football Parade— 1946 
Bullet on Wheels 
Basketball Thrills of 1950 
Tennis By Contrast 
Mix Troubles (Tennis) 
Spinning For Steelhead 
Sporting Records 
Swing King — 

Ted Williams 

(3 reels) 






* SPORT * 

ONE REEL EACH 

Knockout Thrills 

Aqua Frolics 

Spills and Thrills 

Football Parade— 1945 

Ride 'Em Cowboy 

Snow Thrills 

Pinehurst 

Touchdown Thrills — 1945 

Sport Spellbinders 

Snow Fun 

Fishing Thrills 

Big League Baseball 

Hot Ice 

Sun, Sea and Sails 

Sport Thrillers— 1949 

Harness Champion 

Football— 1950 

Bowling Aces 

Tennis for Beginners — 

Bill Tilden 
L<fe of Seabiscuit (2) reels 
Winter in the Swiss Alps 

(2 reels) 



Basketball Thrills— '48 

Spills and Splashes 

Scrambled Legs 

Sports Antics 

Trout Factory 

Splits, Spares and Strikes 

Calgary Cowboy Stampede 

World Series— 1948 

Golf Magic 

Football— 1948 

Olympic Games (London) 

All Star Game— 1948 

1 hese Sporting Scots 

Blue Geese 

Touchdown Thrills— 1949 

Basketball Thrills— 1949 

Thrills on Wheels 

Great Northern 

Tackle Busters 
Speckled Trout Across 

Canada 
Fisherman of the North 

(color) 



***** 

Special Kodachrome Subjects 

Ski Novice 



SPORT (Per Reel) $2^0 

Blue Warriors of the Pacific 



* BOXING * 

ONE REEL EACH 



FEATURE NO. 1 

Firpo vs. Willard 
Dempsey vs. Tunney 
Paulino vs. Wills 
Demcsey vs. Firpo 
Dempsey vs. Carpentier 
Louis vs. Galento 
Louis vs. Schmeling 

FEATURE NO. 2 

Sharkey vs. Maloney 
Schmeling vs. Walker 
Baer vs. Doyle 
Leonard vs. Tendler 



FEATURE NO. 3 
Dempsey vs. Tunney 
Camera vs. Schaaf 
Tunney vs. Carpentier 
Chocolate vs. Battalino 



FEATURE NO. 4 
Dempsey vs. Sharkey 
Louis vs. Levinsky 
Ross vs. Petrolle 
Firpo vs. Brennan 



FEATURE NO. 5 

Baer vs. Galento 
Louis vs. Godoy 

FEATURE NO. 9 
Louis vs. Walcott 

First Fight 

FEATURE NO. 10 
Zale vs. Graziano 

FEATURE NO. 11 

Zale vs. Cerdan 



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SHORT SUBJECTS — SI.OO Per Reel (Unless Priced Otherwise) 

Each Reel Approximately 400 ft. 



• TRAVEL * 



Alaska 

Bali 

Ireland 

Hawaii 

London 

Manila 

Mexico 

Rome 

Yosemite 

Florida 

Grand Canyon 

Yellowstone 



ONE REEL EACH 

Bermuda 
Native Africa 
Amer. Wonderland 
Eskimo Isle (color) 
Gateway to Pacific 
California Picture Book 
Belles of the South Seas 
Glacier National Park 
New England Holiday 
Crossroads of Pacific 
Shanghai Today 
Pearl of the Orient 
Song of Siam 
Holiday in the Caribbean 



Venice the Magnificent 
New York World's Fair 
Ghosts of Golden West 
Bryce Zion Grand Canyon 
Gateway to the North (color) 
New York, The Wonder City 
Golden Gate City (San Francisco) 
A Letter from Ireland (2 reels) 
The Dutch Tradition (2 reels) 
South American Cruise (2 reels) 
Sweden (2 reels) 
Norway (2 reels) 
Denmark (2 reels) 



* * 



* ADVENTURE and EDUCATIONAL * 

ONE REEL EACH 



Textile and Design 
Lost World 
Johnny at the Fair 
Sandy Steps Out 
Dog's Life in the 

North Woods 
Diana in Africa 
Stalking Big Game 

in Montana 
Elephant Hunt 
Cavalcade of American 

Presidents 
Red Stallion's Revenge 
Camera Magic 
Demons of the Deep 
The White Gorilla 



Chimp on the Farm 
Chimp The Sailor 
Chimp the Aviator 
Chimp the Fireman 
Chimp the Cowboy 
The Chimp's Vacation 
The Chimp's Jamboree 
Learn to Swim (2 reels) 
Foto Facts (2 reels) 
The Circus Wakes Up 
Here Comes the Circus 
Carnival 

Alligator Thrills 
Adventures of Casanova 
Railroad Story 
Tiger Fangs 



Danny Boy 

Bruins on a Spree 

Bruins in a Canoe 

Three Bruins Make Mischief 

Man of Stone 

Wing, Claw, Fang 

Death in the Arena 

Salt Water Wonderland 

Wood, Clay and Fine Arts 

Dogs, Sheep and Mr. Bo-Beep 

Indian Hunters 

Arctic Thrills 

Zoo's Who 

Snookum Bears on Rampage 

Shark on The Line 

Who's Who at Bronx Zoo 



• • • 



Santa in Animal Land 
Holiday Land 
A Christmas Dream 
Merry Christmas (2 reels) 
Christmas Carol Cartoon 



Special Christmas Subjects 

ONE REEL EACH 

Christmas Cartoon 
Alras St. Nick 
Punch and Judy 
Msrry Christmas 
Christmas Night 



Holiday Carols 

Night Before Christmas 

Santa Claus Story 

A Present for Santa Claus 

Christmas Rhapsody 



DECEMBER 1st TO JANUARY 10th, RENTAL RATE PER REEL $2.00 
ALL OTHER TIMES $1.00 PER REEL 



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EDUCATIONAL HUMS 



How a Bill Becomes a Law 

A fact film on the functions of our Congress 

Laws, as created by our legislative body, administered by our ex- 
ecutive body and applied by our judicial, are part of each citizen's 
life* How many of us, however, know exactly HOW a law is 
made. "Where does it originate, through what procedures does it 
go, who and what makes it a "LAW OF THE LAND**} Each 
step is sharply defined, illustrated and visualized. All possible 
ways of creating new laws are demonstrated. For students in 
civics, government and citizenship, this new film is a MUST for 
a complete understanding of the functions of our Congress. 
20 Minutes RENTAL $2.50 




The People's Charter 



This is a film made entirely of authentic docu- 
mentary material which shows how, in the midst 
of war, the idea of the United Nations was born. 
It goes on to show how the United Nations was 
organized at San Francisco. The film reaches its 
climax at the first meeting of the United Nations 
Assembly in London. The film throughout stresses 
the relationship of the United Nations to the peo- 
ple of the world. It shows the part they played in 
shaping the organization and points out clearly 
the part the people of every country must play to 
make sure that its great purpose of world peace 
and security is achieved. 



17 Minutes 



RENTAL $2.50 






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• BASEBALL * 

Play Ball, Son 

Excellent baseball training film based on a book by 
Bert V. Dunn. Joe Cronin, manager of the Boston 
Red Sox, introduces this film, which shows a group 
of J4-year-old boys demonstrating Dunne's teachings. 
Covers correct play at all positions with special em- 
phasis on the principles of hitting and pitching. 

22 Minutes RENTAL $2UK) 



EDUCATIONAL FILMS 



* NATURE STUDY * 
Wild Fowl in Slow Motion 

A remarkable study in grace and beauty made possible by these sensational slow motion 
pictures of wild fowl. Sportsmen, museums, and schools will all want this unusual film. 



10 Minutes— COLOR 



RENTAL $2.50 



Fur and Feathers in Alaska 

Fine sequence of Bear, Ducks, Geese and Sand Pipers in flight — Beautiful photography 
Illustrates also how icebergs are born from glaciers. An excellent educational picture. 



10 Minutes— COLOR 



RENTAL $2.50 



Johnny Learns Manners 



This is the story of Little Johnny whose bad manners gradually transformed him into a pig. 
Heeding the constant preachings of his mother, he changes his ways, becomes well mannered 
despite his "bad self" and regains the jolly form of Johnny. 

20 Minutes— RENTAL $2.50 



Expanding World Relationship 



10 Minutes COLOR RENTAL $2,00 

A study of the effects of Science and Technology upon expanding 

relationships between peoples in all parts of the world. 

The River 

32 Minutes— RENTAL $3.00 
A dramatic documentary film of the Mississippi River . , . what it has done, and what man 
has done to it. A persuasive indictment of our practices of the past and what we should do 
in the future if we are to avoid soil and lumber losses and the disastrous effects of floods. 



SOCIAL SCIENCE 
The House I Live In 

Frank Sinatra stars in a dramatic appeal 
for tolerance. In this Academy Award 
winner, Sinatra impresses a group of boys 
with the real meaning of democracy for all. 
A grand picture for all to see. 



JO Minutes 



RENTAL $J,00 




The First Christopher Motion Picture 



RENTAL— $2.00 



"YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD" 



JACK BENNY 
ANN BLYTH 
BOB HOPE 



Starring 
EDDIE "Rochester" ANDERSON 
PAUL DOUGLAS 
WILLIAM HOLDEN 



LORETTA YOUNG 
IRENE DUNNE 
BING CROSBY 



With a Special Song by JOHNNY BURKE and JIMMY VAN HEUSEN 
Produced by WILLIAM PERLBERG Directed by LEO McCAREY 



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EDIXATIOXAL FILMS 



Jfl'ME 



RENTAL $2.00 PER SUBJECT 



New Frontiers of Medicine 

IT Minutes 

Keeping vigil over the health of his com- 
munity, the family doctor is a man on 
whose broad medical knowledge most citi- 
zens must rely. 

On all fronts the specialist and research 
scientist and the family doctor are together 
gaining ground in their unremitting war 
against disease, in order that men may live- 



Men of Medicine 

IT Minutes 

This film gives a glimpse of wartime scien- 
tific strides and follows a young physician 
through some of the problems facing doc- 
tors today. 

With about 10 years training behind him 
(costing approximately $15,000), the "new 
doctor" must successfully meet the needs of 
his community and win its respect. 



The American Teacher 

15 Minutes 

All good teachers know that their methods 
are as individualistic and personal as any 
other artist's, and all realize the importance 
of developing in their pupils the ability to 
think as well as a knowledge of the facts. 
This is the theme of The American Teacher. 



Music In America 

IT Minutes 

Music In America features such outstanding 
musical personalities as singer Marian 
Anderson, Composer George Gershwin, 
Violinist Mischa Elman, Bandsman Benny 
Goodman, Conductor Serge Koussevitsky 
and others. 



Careers for Girls 

17 Minutes 

In the high schools, private schools and 
colleges of the United States today, there 
are approximately four million girls who 
will be going out within the next four years 
to make careers for themselves. "Careers 
for Girls'" is a vocational exploration film, 
designed to make these girls aware of the 
many types of jobs that are today open 
to women. It is no long necessary for a 
girl to be limited to the more obvious voca- 
tions or for her to take the first job that 
comes along. By studying these careers, by 
accurate self-analysis of interests and abili- 
ties and by relating them to a job, a girl 
is able to concentrate on preparing herself 
for the vocation to which she is best suited. 

Transportation in the U. S. 

IT Minutes 

Of all the machines which man has invented 
and developed, none have more deeply in- 
fluenced the progress of civilization than the 
means he devised to get him from place to 
place. In the United States, the vast land 
areas which stretch almost three thousand 
miles across the country were opened up for 
settlement principally through transporta- 
tion. 

Life With Baby 

15 Minutes 

Many of the findings of the Yale Clinic are 
graphically illustrated in Life With Baby, 
which features candid camera sequences 
photographed through a one-way vision 
dome. 

Americans All 

16 Minutes 

The March of Time Forum Edition offers a 
gripping and objective presentation of an 
issue which concerns every American. The 
film further shows how a forward-looking 
city like Springfield, Mass., offers an inspir- 
ing plan to other communities for combat- 
ting prejudices — shows how your school 
and your town can deal with the causes of 
this injustice* 

Atomic Power 

19 Minutes 

The film takes you to those early beginnings 
and unfolds for you the story of atomic 
power. It not only gives you the facts and 
figures but in each of the re-enacted scenes 
you will find the actual scientists who per- 
formed the original experiments: Lise Meit- 
ner, Enrico Fermi, Albert Einstein, and 
others of equal importance. 



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EDL'CATIOXAL I !I>i> 



The F. B. I. 

19 Minutes 

How law enforcement has become an exact- 
ing science is depicted in this absorbing film 
study. Also re-enacted is the authentic case 
of August Baumeyer, a portrayal of the 
F.B.I, in action. 



Modern Surgery 

18 Minutes 

The magnificent resources and techniques 
of the modern hospital, the precise com- 
petence of modern anesthetists, and the 
amazing skill of modern surgeons, all based 
on the highest traditions of medicine, form 
the basis of this timely and dramatic March 
of Time Forum Film. 

Marriage and Divorce 

15 Minutes 

The March of Time frankly surveys the 
problem of broken homes and offers the 
opinions of many experts as to what should 
be done. For marriage and the founding of 
a family hold out today, as they always 
have, a greater promise of self-realization 
than any other course in life. 

Problem Drinkers 

19 Minutes 

The film PROBLEM DRINKERS follows 
an alcoholic from the beginnings of moderate 
drinking into uncontrolled excess, and t.hows 
how he is slowly rehabilitated and ultimately 



The Fight Game 

18 Minutes 

Few sports practiced in the U. S. have more 
vocal or more loyal supporters than has 
boxing. Despite criticism from the press 
and the public, "the game" has grown to 
a fourteen million dollar industry. 
This film gives you glimpses of such past 
heroes as Gans, Nelson, Rickard, Dempsey, 
Tunney and Louis at the height of their 
greatness. 



March of the Movies 

20 Minutes 

This Forum Film takes you through the 
early years of Pickford, Chaplin, William S. 
Hart, Theda Bara, Dressier, Valentino, 
Fairbanks, Garbo and Gilbert to the first 
talkies and Al Jolson's "Jazz Singer", to 
the triumphs of today's modern motion 
picture techniques. 



The Rise and Fall 
of Nazi Germany 

IT Minutes 

This is background material for understand- 
ing the problems of peace in Europe today. 
Beginning with the Saar plebiscite in 1935, 
the film shows how, in carrying out his evil 
doctrines, Hitler led the Third Reich to 
domination over 15 countries. 



Fashion Means Business 

IT Minutes 

Fifty million American women demand that 
their ever shifting tastes be satisfied, how- 
ever little they can pay. Without denying 
the importance of the designers of haute 
couture such as Dior, Balmain, and Fath in 
Paris, and Charles James, Valentina, and 
Hattie Carnegie in New York, the film 
demonstrates the vast complexity of the 
fashion industry. 



T-Men of the Treasury Dept. 

18 Minutes 

Tells the story of each of its six law en- 
forcement agencies and shows its operatives 
in action. In an exciting sequence re-enact- 
ing the capture of a gang of moon-shiners, 
the film depicts the close cooperation that 
prevails between the various enforcement 
units. Here are the enemies of society pitting 
their wits against the T-Men, who with un- 
ceasing vigilance guard the treasury of the 
nation. 



Public Relations 

IT Minutes 

A new profession has come into being. Good 
public relations have become of prime im- 
portance, not only in business, but also in 
Government, labor, in fact in any group 
that needs the public's understanding. This 
March of Time Forum Film brings to the 
public eye many of the leaders of this 
newest profession and highlights some of 
its history — how it began and where it 
stands today. 



Search for Happiness 

IT Minutes 

Today millions of men and women in their 
search for happiness are turning to potions 
and pills, stars and cards, seers and quacks. 
"With Americans spending untold millions a 
year in search of an answer, this film is a 
plea for saner living. 



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I IM i \ I IO\ \l FILMS 



The White House 

1") Minutes 

For the past century and a half, the home 
of every President of the United States has 
been a late Georgian Mansion at J600 
Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. C, 
known the world over as the "White House". 
Though the building is still essentially the 
one its designer, James Hoban, planned in 
J 792, many changes have been made during 
the past century and a half, particularly 
in the decoration and furnishing of the 
Executive Mansion, and today, the visitor 
to the White House finds a stately residence 
of great charm and dignity. 



Indonesia, 
an Empire's problem 

IS Minutes 

Formerly known as THE DUTCH 
EMPIRE, this Forum Film recounts the 
drama of the struggle of the peoples of 
Indonesia for their independence from the 
mother country, Holland. With an economy 
based on her empire status, we see Holland 
at home, gallantly rebuilding and reclaiming 
her wartorn land while she struggles to 
settle the grave problems of her rich and 
widespread empire. 



India 

12 Minutes 

Here is the complex story of India — of the 
predicament of the 400 million people, of 
their social political problems in this over- 
crowded land. 



Rt. Rev. Monsignor 

FULTON J. SHEEN 

Narrates 

The Story of 

The Vatican 

with Intimate Scenes of 
HIS HOLINESS POPE PIUS XII 

SEE the treasures and mysteries of centuries 
revealed. 

MARVEL at masterpieces by the world's 
immortal artists. 

VENTURE into places even the most 
privileged have never seen. 

LEARN the role His Holiness is playing 
to bring peace to the world. 

RENTAL $3.00 



The Nation's Capital 

15 Minutes 

Government and sightseeing, the two main 
industries of Washington, D. C, are both 
included in this film. It shows the Capitol, 
White House, Senate Building, Lincoln 
Memorial and other famous buildings. 



Turkey 

17 Minutes 

Turkey's location makes her a focal point 
in the structure of international affairs to- 
day. Her misfortune is that she is weak 
and power politics hangs over her as a dark 
and constant threat. She is a bridge between 
Europe and Asia, situated where the inter- 
ests of strong nations converge and conflict. 



The New France 

19 Minutes 



France today, as for many years past, is the 
political keystone of Western Europe. And 
as she struggles through the rehabilitation 
of her wrecked economy, the changes in her 
political structure and her thinking about 
the position she will hold between East and 
West, are of grave concern to the world. 



Canada 

11 Minutes 



The oldest and greatest of the British Do- 
minions, Canada — third largest trading na- 
tion in the world — stands economically and 
spiritually closer to the U. S. than any other 
nation. The future of this relationship re- 
quires a mutual understanding of view- 
points and problems. 



Tomorrow's Mexico 

IT Minutes 

The film shows that as a result of its war 
production record Mexico is now in the 
midst of industrial expansion. However, 
even more important than the economic 
boom is the Mexicans' determination to 
throw off the bonds of ignorance and raise 
the standard of living. 



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EDUCATIONAL FILMS 



South Africa 



11 Minutes 
Long known throughout the world for its 
fabulous wealth in gold and diamonds, its 
Zulus proud of their tribal glory, and its 
Boers and Britons, its rugged and challeng- 
ing topography (all of which the film de- 
picts), South Africa only recently emerged 
as a potential industrial power among na- 
tions. 



Czechoslovakia 

17 Minutes 

Czechoslovakia declared itself an independ- 
ent nation on October 28, J9J8 — surrendered 
that independence to a Moscow-controlled 
government on February 25, 1948. It was at 
the Versailles Peace Conference that the 
new republic was born, and its boundaries 
set. 



Palestine 

16 Minutes 
Whether Palestine's gates are opened wide to Jewish refugees this year, or next, or not at all 
Palestine is a film that will continue to command interest and attention while all nation: 
strive to preserve world peace. 



Life with Junior 

IS Minutes 
Today children are the object of more con- 
centrated thought and concern than the 
young of any previous generation. Out of 
an increasing understanding of child psy- 
chology has come an awareness that children 
are real people, with individual personalities 
which must be encouraged and respected. 
With their new insight, American parents 
react to their offspring with alternating 
delight and consternation. 



Life on the Modern Farm 

IT Minutes 
In the years following World War II, 
American farmers harvested the greatest 
crops in the nation's history. Under the 
impetus of a growing population and with 
the need to send foodstuffs abroad, millions 
of American farms became mechanized — a 
technological revolution which was to have 
an enormous influence on the farming popu- 
lation. The farmer was abandoning his old- 
fashioned way of gaining his living and was 
relying more and more on the machine to 
help him sow and reap his bumper crops. 




IN BEAUTIFUL COLOR • 

RENTAL $2.50 PER SUBJECT— JO Minutes Each 



Florida 

A State of infinite variety, Florida is many 
things to many persons. To some it is 
history. 

To almost everyone Florida means a vaca- 
tion land: To sightseers: Palm Beach and 
Miami, and the Seminoles, The Cypress 
Gardens, Silver Springs and the Marine 
Studios. 

District of Columbia 

The City of Washington is the heart and 
brain and the soul of our great nation. Here 
is carried on the business of our government. 
Government of the people, by the people, 
for the people — the important business of 
making effective the laws of our land as 
provided by our constitution. 



New Hampshire 

New Hampshire is a land of history — of 
contentment and charm. Here are quaint 
covered bridges, here are cities and towns 
older than our nation itself. Here are 
village greens and town meeting houses. 
And here, near Franklin, is the birthplace 
of America's great orator and statesman, 
Daniel Webster. 

California 

California is extremely rich in natural 
wealth, possesses almost one-fourth of the 
nation's known oil reserves and is one of 
the leading agricultural states. Glimpses of 
Los Angeles, Hollywood, Mt. Whitney and 
Death Valley are a few of the interesting 



Vermont 

Vermont is predominantly a rural state — many fertile farms dotting the rolling countryside. 
Its beauty, its industry, and its people make it one of the foremost states in this land of ours. 



EUI'C'ATIOXAL FII.3IS 



MUSIC APPRECIATION * 

RENTAL $L0O PER REEL 



* Stephen foster * 

Stephen Foster Melodies 

Delightful musical filmed against lavish set- 
tings of the Old South . . . colonial mansions, 
hoop skirts and strumming banjos. Foster's 
immortal music: Beautiful dreamer, Old 
Black Joe, Jeannie with the Light Brown 
Hair, Camptown Races, Swanee River. 

Large cast including: The Elm City Four 
(Quartet)— Jeni Freeland (Southern Belle), 
Tommy Morton & Gretchen Houser (Dance 
Team). 

* Hartnonica * 

John Sebastian 

Albert Malver at the piano 

Bourree by Bach; Larghetto by Handel; 
Inca Dance by John Sebastian. 



* Orchestra * 

Sibelius 

A film concert and ballet, presenting the 
most delightful works of the world's great- 
est living composer. Included are the Con- 
cetto for Violin, Impromptus, and the ballet, 
Scaramouche, danced by the Helsinki Opera 
Ballet. 

Music in the Wind 

MUSICAL CONXERT 



Mishel Piastro 



REEL 1 

Ballet Music, Gounod; My Heart At Thy 
Sweet Voice, Saint-Saens; Ballet Egyptien, 
Luigini. 

REEL II 

Gold and Silver Waltz, Lehar; Tales From 
Vienna Woods, Strauss; Arabian and 
Russian Dance from Nut Cracker Suite, 
Tschaikowsky. 

REEL III 

Marriage of Figaro, Mozart; Flower Song, 
Bizet; Bohemian Girl, Balfe. 



* liar it one * 

Igor Gorin 

Largo Al Factotum (aria from Barber of 
Seville) by Rossini. 

* Basso * 

Kenneth Spencer 

Jonathan Brice at the piano 

Passing By, Edward Purcell; Oh, No John, 
English Folk Song; Deep River, Negro 
Spiritual. 



Opera Films 



23 Minutes 

RENTAL $4.00 EACH 

Carmen — Tragic Opera by Bizet 

Lucia Di Lammermoor — Tragic Opera by 
Donizetti 

Barber of Seville — Comic Opera by Rossini 



Finlandia 

Beloved Sibelius, himself, at home before a 
musical backdrop of Finlandia and the im- 
mortal Second Symphony. Walk with 
Sibelius over the moors of Finland and 
listen with him as these marvelous melodies 
are played by the Helsinki Philharmonic 
Orchestra. 



Hymn of the Nations 

The film opens with Toscanini conducting 
the NBC Symphony Orchestra in a radio 
broadcast of Verdi's Overture to "Forza del 
Destino"; a narrator recounts the contribu- 
tions of Toscanini and other great Italians 
to freedom and democracy; news is flashed 
of the overthrow of Mussolini on July 25, 
1943; and in celebration of the liberation 
of Italy, Toscanini conducts the NBC Sym- 
phony Orchestra, Jan Peerce, and the West- 
minster Choir in '"Hymn of the Nations."' 

20 Minutes— RENTAL $3.00 



EDUCATIONAL FILMS 



MUSIC APPRECIATION 

RENTAL $1.00 PER REEL 



* M*iano * 

Jose Iturbi 

REEL I 
Sevilla by Albeniz; Fantasie Impromptu by 
Chopin. 

Vronsky & Babin 

REEL I 
Waltz in A Flat by Brahms: Valse by 
Arensfcy; Flight of the Bumblebee by 
Rimsy-Korsakoff. 

REEL II 
Polovitzian Dances from Prince Igor by 
Borodin. 

Paderewski 

PLAYING THREE PIANO CONCERTS 

Paderewski's only screen appearance! Not 
only his magnificent playing but his dyna- 
mic personality his sensitive hands at work 
are immortalized in this magnificent series. 
It's like having a front row seat at a con- 
cert. These are films to own and treasure 
through the years. 

Polonaise by Chopin; Moonlight Sonata by 
Beethoven and Minuet in G by Paderewski; 
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 by Liszt. 



Sascha Gorodnitzki 

Waltz in E Minor by Chopin; Mazurka in 
A Minor by Chopin; La Campanella by 
Paganini-Liszt. 

Eula Beal 

REEL III 

When Two That Love Are Parted by Secchi 
Know'st Thou Not Fair Land (Mignon) by 
Ambrois Thomas. 



* Hai'p * 

Mildred Dilling 

The Fountain by Zabel; Fireflies by Has- 
selman; March of Men of Harlech (Welsh 
Air) arranged by John Thomas. 



* String Ensemble * 

Coolidge Quartet 

Andante from String Quartet in E Flat 
Major by Carl Von Dittersdorf; Fugue 
from Beethoven's Quartet in C Major, 
Opus 59, No. 3. 

* Viola * 

William Primrose 

David Stimer at the piano 
Polonaise by Ludwig Von Beethoven; Ave 
Maria by Franz Schubert; Caprice by Ni- 
co!o Paganini. 

* Opera * 

Regular Music Classic 

"FAUST" 

15 Minutes 

Hugo Riesenfeld, Director 

A true operatic presentation from the first 
act of Gounod's beloved opera. Faust, find- 
ing himself aging, sells his soul to Mephisto- 
phefes for renewed youth. 



Myra Hess 



Beethoven's Aopassionata (Jst movement, 
Sonata in F Minor, Opus 57). 

Yehudi Menuhin 

REEL I 

Air in D Major by Johann Sebastian Bach 
w. Symph. Orch. conducted by Antal Dorati. 
Habanera by Sarasate w. Adolph Bailer 
at piano. 

REEL VI 

Caprice No. 24 by Paganini w. Bailer at 
piano. 



Jakob Gimp el 

REEL V 
Johannes Brahms Album Variation on 
Theme by Paganini, Part I 



REEL VI 

Johannes Brahms Album Variations 
Theme by Paganini, Part II 



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* MUSIC APPRECIATION • 

RENTAL $1.00 PER REEL 

Musical Classics 

ONE REEL EACH 

Ave Maria 2nd Hungarian Rhapsody 

Zampa Rosamunde Tschaikowsky Concert 

Malaguena 1812 Overture Paris Opera (Ballet and Orchestra) 



De Luxe Musical Classics 

TWO REELS EACH 

Tschaikowsky's 1812 

Tschaikowsky's Romeo and Juliet 

Grieg's Peer Gynt 



Schubert's Unfinished Symphony 

Invitation to Music 



Instruments of the Orchestra 

RENTAL— $2.00 

The famous British conductor, Dr. Malcolm Sargent, is the commentator of this brilliant film. 
He demonstrates the sound of each instrument, and then conducts the London Symphony 
Orchestra in Benjamin Britten's Variations and Fugue on a theme by Purcell. This is the 
first film to be directed by a conductor — Muir Mathieson, permanent conductor of the 
London Symphony Orchestra. 

Running Time — 20 Minutes 



COLOUR 

RENTAL $3.50 

Technicolor. This film describes the nature of color and its many uses. The study of a great 
chemical industry shows the development of modern synthetic dyes, based on a discovery 
nearly one hundred years ago that color could be obtained from coal tar. Today, scientists 
are carrying on constant research and experiments in new dyes and pigments. 

Running Time — IS Minutes 



STRANGE AS IT SEEMS • 

RENTAL $1.00 PER REEL 






Gold and Man 

From the days of Cogliostro, the alchemist 
in Marie Antoinette's day, to the present, 
the transmutation of base metals to gold 
has absorbed the mind of man. Here is a 
brief history of the lure of gold and man. 

Emperor Norton 

The strange story of Emperor Norton, first 
and only Emperor of the United States, is 
a monument to human kindness. For 23 
years he reigned in San Francisco and the 
friendly people catered to the gentle but 
unbalanced soul who regarded himself a 
king. It has become a part of our passing 
history. 

Mark Twain 

As Halley's Comet streaked across the skies 
in J 835 Samuel Clemens was born. 75 years 
later it appeared again and Sam Clemens, 
who became famous as Mark Twain, passed 
away. Mark Twain has added to the rich 
literature of our nation, creating a new 
folklore out of our frontier life. 

Lafayette, Champion of Liberty 

Our struggle for freedom in J777 attracted 
a young aristocrat from France who added 
a brilliant chapter to our history. Young 
Marquis de Lafayette offered his fortune 
and services to George Washington and, to 
the end of his life, fought for liberty. 



Silver Threads 



The story of the young composer of "Silver 
Threads Among The Gold" — unknown 
Hart P. Danks is a tragic one. The song 
which brought him immortality caused him 
pain and poverty to the end of his days. 

Little Jack Horner 

In the reign of Henry VIII of England in 
J536, messenger Jack Horner bore gifts from 
his Abbott to Henry. But on the way Jack 
Horner took what was not his, and acquired 
a plum which to this day has remained in 
his family's name. 

Fifty Year Barter 

In J865 President Lincoln commissioned 
Secretary of State "Win. H. Seward to pur- 
chase the Virgin Islands, but the Danes 
proved to be better "horse traders". For 
50 years they held out, until in J9J7 we ac- 
quired the Islands which are now strategi- 
cally important. 

Star Gazers 

One of the first star gazers was Galileo 
Galilei of Florence, Italy. From his observa- 
tions and theories stems our modern as- 
tronomy. He was tried for his theory of 
the revolution of planets about the sun, but 
time and truth confirmed his convictions. 
Galileo lived far longer than his judges. 



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